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System Endpoint Protection Manger will not start

Posted on 2008-10-20
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The System Endpoint Protection Manager will not start.  This is an Application server which communicates with Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager consoles, Symantec Protection clients, and a database.  The error code is

"Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      semsrv
Event Category:      None
Event ID:      4096
Date:            10/20/2008
Time:            8:15:40 AM
User:            N/A
Computer:      APP-SERVER
Description:
The Java Virtual Machine has exited with a code of -1, the service is being stopped.

Also the Symantec web server is stopped when you bring up the IIS Manager Console
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As an addition to this problem.  I had put on XP sp3 and then removed it.  The problem may have started with the introduction of sp3.  As of now, I am running XP/sp2
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Did the above links help? Make sure you have the correct Java machine for SEP. I believe it needs to be v3
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I had a similar issue. I just repaired the SEPM Installation and it worked fine.

You won't lose any data or settings . Just repair installation
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How do you repair the sepm installation??
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Just re-run the installation od SEP then do a repair on the system.
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