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MICROS 3700 - RES 5.5 - Remoting Service

MICROS 3700 - RES 5.5 - Remoting Service

MICROS 3700 - RES 5.5 - Remoting Service

We have an issue with a couple of stores where reports just show a gray box when they try and run the report. Investigating the issue, it looks like the MicrosRemotingService is supposed to be bound on TCP port 50705 in order to run reports. The server will still be running at the store, but netstat will show nothing listening on that port. Restarting the service doesn't fix the issue - it takes a full system reboot.

Has anyone seen behavior like this?

RE: MICROS 3700 - RES 5.5 - Remoting Service

try this
1) Stop Micros Remoting svc.
2) Re-Start the World Wide Web Publishing service.
3) Start Micros Remoting svc.
4) Run report.

Test and post back.

RE: MICROS 3700 - RES 5.5 - Remoting Service

Ended up being a corruption with windows from what I can tell. When not even things like windows installer work you know you have a problem.

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