Re: SBS 4.5 Inetinfo Access Violation
- From: "Al Williams" <donotreplydirect@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2021 09:49:34 -0600
Hmmm - no othwer ideas I'm afraid. I wouldn't think you'd need the IIS
stuff for the migration, so is it necessary to fix it at all?
PS: Just curious, are you able to "swing" the exchange data stores from 4.5
to 2003 without using exmerge (ie: avoid losing single instance storage).
"John Chapman" <jwcspam@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Dear Al
> Thanks for the response. Unfortunately, I tried all those things. I have
> experienced the problems with logging in too soon many times but this
> problem seems permanent. I tried replacing the Metabase.bin file but it
> made no difference.
> In the middle of a 'swing' migration to SBS2003 but that hasn't gone
> completely smoothly either - some sort of DNS problem (I think) despite
> following Jeff's instructions to the letter. Unfortunately, the client is
> re-using his server hardware so this currrently has one hard drive on
> SBS4.5 and the other on Windows Server 2003 (unpromoted). I can only try
> to sort the issues during weekend downtime.
> "Al Williams" <donotreplydirect@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Did you try rebooting allowing no local server or lan activity for 5-10
>> minutes afterwards (ie: no one logs in).
>> Check the system event log, those application events are red herrings.
>> I would not be reinstalling anything - these INETINFO issues are a known
>> problem and aren't fixed by reinstalling always. Exchange has nothing to
>> do with the issue so definately don't do anything there.
>> Maybe try replacing your IIS's METABASE.BIN file from a good backup.
>> That fixed my IIS once before after it didn't come up after a restart.
>> INETINFO issues are common, I'd search the newsgroups at for "smallbiz
>> INETINFO" and you'll get lots of information on
>> this subject (I see your a "frequent poster" on this subject as well -
>> time for the upgrade ;-) )
>> Allan Williams
>> "John Chapman" <jwcspam@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> In the process of upgrading to SBS 2003 but still need to sort this
>>> problem if poss. as need to get the console running. IIS won't start so
>>> all proxies except winsock are stopped and will not start. Dr Watson
>>> error 'access violation 0xC0000005 at address 0x646027ee".
>>> The problem suddenly occurred and seems totally unrelated to any work
>>> which may have been carried out on the server (although there may
>>> possibly have been a power outage).
>>> The ONLY errors in the application log when you try to start an IIS
>>> service are:-
>>> The description for Event ID ( 1001 ) in Source ( SQLCTR70 ) could not
>>> be found. It contains the following insertion string(s): SQL Performance
>>> DLL Open function failed..
>>> The Open Procedure for service "MSSQLServer" in DLL "SQLCTR70.DLL"
>>> failed. Performance data for this service will not be available. Status
>>> code returned is DWORD 0.
>>> (are these red herrings?)
>>> I have checked the url cache registry entries and permissions as per KB
>>> 242285. All OK and caching turned off so cache empty.
>>> Anyone got any ideas? Is it a big job to uninstall/re-install IIS and
>>> does it impact on Exchange? Is it OK to just re-install Exchange over
>>> the top of the existing (SP4) copy? Is there a KB procedure for the
>>> process? Currently Total Virus Defence is installed but can be removed
>>> as alternative is to be deployed. My client has large mailboxes and
>>> large number of Public folders so we can't risk any problems with
>>> John Chapman (UK)
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