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Business Object Server

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Business Object Server 2011,  the "servers" are stuck on "Initializing". and no matter how hard I try I can't seem to get them to come off that status.

Please advise.
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Can you log into the CMC as administrator?
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Saved my hide, wow, after reinstalling the licenses it was a smooth sailing from there.  In good hands with mlmcc, many thanks.
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