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The Office Communications Server Front-End service terminated with service-specific error 3286774272 (0xC3E83200).

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I am running OCS 2007 R2 Enterprise Consolidated topology. only IM and presence are enabled, currently only one server in pool and no load balancer yet

when i reboot the server, all services start sucessfuly, except The Office Communications Server Front-End service it gives following error

Event id 7024 ,

The Office Communications Server Front-End service terminated with service-specific error 3286774272 (0xC3E83200).

when I start the service manually after reboot it start OK

So I found bunch of threads on the forum and everything check out, certificate is ok, ocs pool FQDN is not listed anyehere in pool or global forest properties,
after service starts, communicator client can connect and everything start working as it suppose to be,

What else I can check?


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It seems as if one of the requirements for the front end service to start is not avaiable when the server starts up and the services are automatically starting.  You may want to check if all the dependancies are ok.
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yes, all dependencies are ok, when i start the service from services mmc, it starts without any problem

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we resolved this issue, after installing load balancer and updating DNS records for FE And POOL , this question is now closed
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