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Services not starting in NT4.0 server

Posted on 2003-10-22
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Hello all,

I have an NT4.0 server (a BDC), it has a problem with some services not starting. these services are setup to start automatically every time that the server boots. I have not made any changes to it.

The services are:

     jBASE License Server
     jBASE Telnetd Server
     Attunity Connect Daemon (IRPCD)

all of these services have the same error:     Error 0003: The system cannot find the path specified.

The error message says:

     Services
     Could not start the jBASE License Server service on \\SERVER NAME.
     Error 0003: The system cannot find the path specified.
     Services
     Could not start the jBASE Telnetd service on \\SERVER NAME.
     Error 0003: The system cannot find the path specified.
     Services
     Could not start the Attunity Connect Daemon (IRPCD) service on \\SERVER NAME.
     Error 0003: The system cannot find the path specified.

Thank you for any comments that you may have.

LuisP
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Look in the registry:

HKLM/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/

and locate the service entries for the services you listed above. Click on the service entry, and look at the path key - see if the path exists (ie. if the file listed exists and is in the right spot)
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by:LuisP
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Hello jammyPak,

I was able to start the jBASE Telnetd Service but not the jBASE License Server. Now the jBASE License Server has the following error message:

     Services
     Could not start the jBASE License Server service on \\SERVER NAME.
     Error 1067: The process terminated unexpectedly.

I have checked all the permissions and rights with no results.

Thank you,

LuisP
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by:ahmedbahgat
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have you tried different accounts to start the service with or even a system account?


cheers
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by:LuisP
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Yes, I have tried a couple of accounts, but nothing happens
LuisP
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My guess is that this may be an install/config issue with the Jbase software itself. You may want to see if they have a support forum or if you can email them directly.

They have a knowledge base here http://www.jbase.com/support/index.html
and they mention some patches as well...is there one you haven't installed?
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