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Lync Services won't Start.

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hi,

I have Lync 2010 Front End and Edge Roles installed in my network. They work fine. I can access from inside and Outside.

Last week I noticed that Lync Services at FE server are down. I tried to start them but it fails.

If someone could tell me why that happens I would appreciate.
Thanks. Lync Services Fail to Start.
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Question by:kitsao
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by:djjackfrwmml
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Do the logs give any reason?
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by:kitsao
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djjack, I checked the logs and I got this.

(check attached file) Lync-errors.txt
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Hi,

I did solve this.

First, went to Lync Topology Builder and in the properties of  Standard Front End Servers and checked the option "conferencing which includes audio, video...". This started some services but not all.

Then I went to Lync Deployment Wizard In the FE Server and run the "Setup or Remove Lync Server Components" and now I got all services up.

Thanks.
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by:kitsao
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Had to re-run "setup or remove Lync server Components" to solve it.
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