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Websense DC Agent - Service failed to start

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I have a problem with the service of Windows: Websense DC Agent Service suddenly stopped . After I started it manually, it runs in 5 minutes and stopped again. I receive the error message on event log: Websense DC Agent service failed to start. Please help me to solve this problem.
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Zuhir Elgmati earned 1600 total points
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did you restart your system ?
if you did, and the service faild again , try manualy, if it's faild again i suddgest to install a fress installation
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