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weblogic : unable to start service with other admin user

Operating system : windows 2008 R2
weblogic : 11g

we are having 2-domain users, with admin access on the server.
let suppose, user-1 & user-2.

user-1 .. has installed the software with his domain-ID, Can able to up / down the services, without any issue.

user-2... Cant able to do it.

this is  the same behaviour all server.

Can you please advice, how to make this issue resolved.
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Sharon SethCommented:
Traditionally , you should not configure individual user accounts with admin access . Admin access should be given to  service/common accounts , normally like 'admin' user or 'weblogic' user .
There is a place where you can see a list of the users configured , from  admin console, I don't remember it off hand , but try to use that screen and see if it can give you some hints.
mac_gAdmin - Oracle Fusion Middleware suiteAuthor Commented:
i am taking about OS user domain user, not user created weblogic console.
who installed the software is about to leave organization from his Domain account.

Other DOmain OS admin not able to start/stop service from his account.

please advice how to fix
Sharon SethCommented:
ok , it is about permissions to execute the start/stop script then
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mac_gAdmin - Oracle Fusion Middleware suiteAuthor Commented:
our Domain admin also tried to start the serivce, but failed.
then this quesion not arise
Sharon SethCommented:
what's the failure you see?
Ramakanta SahooCommented:
You have to do following...

1. Delete the Admin and Managed service using sc tool.(E.g: sc delete serviceName)(Any admin account)
2. Install Admin Server as a Service. (Using the new account name)
3. Install Managed Server as a Service.(Using the new account name)
4. Start the Admin Service, wait a few minutes to fully start.(Using the new account name)
5. Start the Managed Server service.(Using the new account name)

Check below post for creating the service

Most probably below is the error you must be seeing while starting the service as some other user
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