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After Restart File Server , all the services in the File Server will stop..

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After Restart File Server , all the services in the File Server will stop..and have to manually start up all the services ...

Anyone have any idea why this happen ...dare not duplicate the problem because the File Server need to run 24/7 ...
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by:squirrelnuttz
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im sure you checked this already but, the services are set to automatic start up right?
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rdhoore108 earned 500 total points
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You will need to look in the Windows System Event Log. Scroll down to where the event log service started (your server booted), and look at all warnings and errors upwards. These errors will need to be googled, and with some persistence you should be able to solve the problem.
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