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Service will not stay started under system account.

Postby vweinman » Sat, 16 Oct 2004 02:14:30 GMT

I have a server that has 2 MQ listener services that worked fine under
the local system account, but now will only stay started for a few
seconds and then stop. All other services using system account are
working fine. If I change the services to use my own user ID the
services stay started and works fine. Any thoughts?

Re: Service will not stay started under system account.

Postby Stanley Jones [MSFT] » Sat, 16 Oct 2004 08:20:07 GMT

If you are on a corporate network, the local system account for a machine is 
usually not a member of the domain but your own user ID is. When the service 
has to access some network resource authentication may be the problem.

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Re: Service will not stay started under system account.

Postby vweinman » Sat, 16 Oct 2004 22:10:34 GMT

The server is on a corporate network in a DMZ domain and behind
firewall. I have a identical server one IP address away that works
fine with the system account.







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