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    cluster service

    I am running an upgrade of Exchange 2007 to sp1
    using the command line as we have clustered mailbox servers
    so followed instructions did the passive node it went fine all done, then tried to move the group so i could upgarde the other server

    then came the problem get an error
    Event Type: Error
    Event Source: ClusSvc
    Event Category: Resource Monitor
    Event ID: 1065
    Date: 14/04/2009
    Time: 16:40:48
    User: N/A
    Computer: 02-E2K7MB
    Cluster resource Exchange Information Store Instance (E2K7MAILBOX) failed to come online.

    For more information, see Help and Support Center at Events and Errors Message Center: Basic Search.
    0000: d7 13 00 00 ×...

    cant find anything sensible about this, has anyone come accross it before??

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    What version of Windows Server are you running it on? Might be worth looking in Cluster Administrator to see if the dependancies have fired up e.g. is your shared storage available etc?

    Don't move any resources over with the Windows tool though, iirc Exchange 2007 clusters have to be managed from the Exchange management tools rather than the Windows ones...

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