>>I have encountered a kinda weird problem with 2 MS Exchange Servers in a
>>network, both servers fills the eventlog within minutes of services
>>(there is no relationship between the servers, but anyway..)
>>The following line repeats over and over
>>12.11.98 13:39:36 ESE97 Error (7) 0 N/A STORTANGEN The description for
>>ID ( 0 ) in Source ( ESE97 ) could not be found. It contains the following
>>insertion string(s): MSExchangeIS, (423) , Unexpected NT API error:
>>One major problem is that there is NO event id, and that kinda puzzled me,
>>but if any of you out there has encountered the same problem, and maybe
>>a solution to it, i would be most grateful..
>Were you looking at the Application Log on a server that runs
>Exchange? The failure to format the description implies that the DLL
>couldn't be found.
Yes the information i pasted is from the applictation log of the server
running exchange server 5.5.
>IAC, the error 0xC000000D is an unexpected NT API error usually (but
>not always) caused by an Anti-Virus software. If you're using one then
>REMOVE it and restart the server. The cure for the problem is, most
>often, the application of the NT "roll-up" hot fix. Once you apply
>that fix go ahead and reinstall the A-V software. If the problem
>reappears after the roll-up and reinstallation of the A-V software you
>might want to contact the A-V software vendor.
I've gotten this tips earlier, but there is no antivirus software running on
the server, the only A-V software that resides on the server is for
distribution to the clients (all running win 95) through the login script.
Any suggestions most appreciated... I'm starting to lose hair... :)