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Re: NSTutorial Service won't start

Subject: Re: NSTutorial Service won't start
From: Joe Webb
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2006 07:26:37 -0600
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
Hi Bob - 

What version of SQLNS are you using? 

Do you have multiple instances of SQL Server on your machine? 

When I see a timeout error starting a service, my first inclination is
that the problem is permissions related - sounds like you've checked
that; may be worth double checking though. 

HTH...

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On Tue, 24 Oct 2006 01:36:01 -0700, Bob
<[email protected]> wrote:

>I can't get my NSTutorial service to start.  I've edited the ICF as per the 
>Walkthru, and everything seems fine.  The app registers successfully, the 
>Service Account is set up and can access the databases and read / write  to 
>the proper Notifications directories.  However when I enable the service, and 
>press Start, it simply gives the following message:
>
>Time out has expired and the operation has not been completed. 
>(System.ServiceProcess)
>
>If I try and start the service thru Service Manager, I get the following 
>error:
>
>Error 1359: An internal error occurred.
>
>If I try and start the service from the command line I get a similar error 
>1359.
>
>I'm running a named instance SQL Server 2005 (SP1), don't know if that's 
>causing a problem, and I don't have IIS installed - that may also cause a 
>problem.  The service account is a local account with User and Admin 
>privileges.  I'm able to logon as the service account and access the 
>databases and the proper NS directories.  Bit stuck!  Any ideas?
>
>Thanks
>
>
>wBob
>
>PS Apologies for cross-post for those of you that check MSDN forum

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