RE: Services do not start automatically

  • From: Dêniz Feital (Chiptek) <dfeital@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 08:45:57 -0300

        Dolly, I cant accept you have to restart the server every single
time you restart your computer, I can even imagine you simply accept that as
easy as you wrote it down. Have you ever tried to look at TechNet and stuff
like that?


>       Dêniz Feital
>       GIC - Chiptek / Vésper 
>       Tel 55 11 3489-7730
>       Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer

-----Original Message-----
From: Dimiter Pecev [mailto:dimiter.pecev@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2002 2:34 AM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Services do not start automatically

I have to agree with Bill, there is no need to restart IIS. The errors get
logged they appear as unavailable under the IIS structure - server should
function without issues.


-----Original Message-----
I have never found it necessary to restart the services. It is simply
annoying to have the IIS amin tool show them as unavailable.

-----Original Message-----

Every time you restart the Exchange server you have to restart the www
service. It takes time to the Information store service to begin, till
this service is not up the M drive is not available so the path to these
folders are not available. It will happened to you all the time. So make
it a habit - restart the www service as soon as the server is up.


-----Original Message-----
I have a problem with IIS services not starting when the server starts.
Specs:  W2K server SP2, E2K SP3.  When the server is restarted, I get a
stop sign on the following folders under my default web site in IIS:
Public, Exchange, and Exadmin.  If I go to the properties of each of
these, and browse to the location where the folder is, then it goes to
running.  (If I tell it where to find the folder, it starts or comes
online, whatever you want to call it.)  Is there a reason that my server
can't remember where to find these locations, and I have to "remind" it
every reboot?


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