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services fail to star and Error 1920 after Enterprise 10 install

services fail to star and Error 1920 after Enterprise 10 install

services fail to star and Error 1920 after Enterprise 10 install

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i'm trying to install Crystal Reports 10 and Enterprise 10 on a Windows Server 2003 SP1 server logged in as Local Admin and running the install locally (as opposed from a network location).  i have IIS installed and .Net Framework 2.0 installed as per my software vendor's requirements.  the Reports 10 install goes fine, but when i near the end of the Enterprise 10 install, each of the services fails to start.  i choose Ignore so i can get past each one and check the Services window to see what account they are running under - it's Local System account.  i can't start them from the Services window or from the Crystal Configuration Manager - i get a message stating it failed to start in a timely fashion.  

my co-worker and i noticed that after the install, and the MSDE install that CE does, there are the CE10.mdf and CE10.ldf files but the tables appear empty.  we think this is at the heart of it, but we simply don't know.  i found a couple of closed posts here with the same issue but no resolution.  can anyone help?

RE: services fail to star and Error 1920 after Enterprise 10 install

Hi,
Check the event viewer to find out more details on the failure to start...Then try just the CMS - if that fails, the others probably will as well, so solving that may fix them all...

 

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