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NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

(OP)
NT 4.0 TERMINAL SERVER

The SERVER SERVICE will not start on reboot or when attempted manual start of service.

Any suggestions.

RE: NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

Check the event log. copy the test from there to this posting then I might be able to tell you.

RE: NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

(OP)
Server in classified spaces not accessable from here. Thanks for the effort.

RE: NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

Check your lan card. In a similar situation i found that my NIC was the faulty and server service was not starting b'coz of that.
Natraj

RE: NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

I had that and reapplied SP3 which solved it. Apparently the network card was installed after the initial SP3 application.

RE: NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

What is the message in the Event Log? Most variations of this message can be solved by reapplying the SP.

RE: NT 4.0 SERVER SERVICE WON'T START

Start with the Event Log, anything their???
Then Make sure nothing was recently changes in your configuration, hardware, etc...
Then, That should tell you....
Also, I am with a couple others, It sounds like a NIC card, or driver....

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