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Vcenter server service fails to start

Posted on 2014-02-10
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I am trying to start Vcenter server service, but cannot get it started.
this is LAB environment , the service is using Local system account, this issue just popped up after I reboot the server.

Any help?

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could you elaborate more as to why?
error messages?
event log entries?
screenshot?
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Can you upload the logs so we can check what went wrong?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 167 total points
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Are you using a local SQL Express database?

It might be easier and qiuicker to uninstall and re-install, if you have just installed this?
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I reinstalled everything…it works now…

Thank you
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