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Business Object - how to start CMS manually from command line

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I am using BO IX 3.1 and was in Central Management Console and stopped the CMS main server. After that I can no more login to CMS as it states server is stopped.

Is any way to start the CMS server from command line?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.
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by:mlmcc
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I don't know, can you restart it from Task Manager?

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No cms.exe no more present in Task Manager.

I had re-install BO as could not find solution elsewhere.

Thanks for your initiative mlmcc.
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I  had re-install BO as could not find solution elsewhere.
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