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Message Queing Service Won't Start

Posted on 2010-08-20
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I have a server that I'm running through an upgrade in testing mode.  My application services are all dependent on the Message Queing service.  This service won't start so services for my applications won't start either.  

The server is a VM with no NIC attached, because I don't want it communicating with the rest of the network or outside world.  I'm hoping this is the reason why the service won't start.  This is in Server 2003.  This is essentially an internal web proxy server and when in live mode has a secondary NIC connected to a router that handles requests from the outside world.
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If it turns out that is the reason using VMware I know you can isolate the PC onto its own network.  This allows you to connect a NIC and guarantee it wont communicate with other PC's.  How you do it dependent on what version of Vmware or other hypervisors you might be using, but it can be done!

Good Luck!.
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