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What can I do to have the Time Matters Sync Service which is installed on the service to  begin to run again?

Posted on 2011-03-04
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The Time MattersExchange Sync Service has stopped and will not start.  Microsoft Error Message is 1053 which is a timeout error.  Clearing the Server's Windows Log for Applications (when it is really large) has always restarted the service.  This has been done and it still does not restart.  IT Co. says it is not anything to do with the Server!.  IT claims it is solely an issue with Time Matters,  What else can be checked out?  The server is running Server 2008 SR2, and i am not a Tech person, but trully believe there is something else loading at the server (like the reading of event logs) that is taking so much time that the Time Matters Exchange service will not being.  
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You can view all your running processes and their usage by using sysinternals/Microsoft tool "Process Explorer".

This is just a starting point, as I am not familiar with the software/service your are talking about.

You can get the "Process Explorer" tool here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653

You can also browse that area of the technet site to get "Process Monitor" and quite a lot of other "official" tools.
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