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Could Not Start Service On Local Computer Error 1053failure popup; pop up; message Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) A service windows could not start the service on local computer error 1053 that should have started automatically did not start. When trying to start it manually windows could not start the service on local computer error 1053 c# an error is thrown. The same error is also reflected in the Event Viewer. Symptom This could occur when attempting to start the TM1
Windows Could Not Start The Service On Local Computer Error 1067Server, TM1 Admin Server or TM1ExcelService and the respective errors would look like: Could not start the TM1 server -
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Windows Could Not Start The Service On Local Computer Error 5 Access Is DeniedSQL Server > SQL Server Database Engine Question 1 Sign in to vote Hi All, We windows could not start the service on local computer error 1068 seem to be being plagued by the error below by our SQL Server agent. This happens almost everytime we restart the server that has been running for a day or http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21455971 two. Our SQL Server Agent uses a none expiring domain credential. I understand that this problem only happens when the profile being used by the SQL Servr Agent has changed (password change). What puzzles me is that the login is A ok and no changes has been made to it's password. We always resolve this problem by changing https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/SqlServer/en-US/cb9cbc5c-b2f9-4656-97e9-f69542c0b10f/an-error-1069-the-service-did-not-start-due-to-logon-failure-occurred-while-performing-this?forum=sqldatabaseengine the login used in the SQL Server Agent to local and after that, returning it back to it's original domain login. Unfortunately, we cant always do this everytime something goes wrong. Can anyone please help us shed a light on this? We're using SQL2k with SP3a. Thanks! Error: An error 1069 - )The service did not start due to logon failure) occurred while performing this service operation on the SQLServerAgent service. Regards, Joseph Wednesday, October 10, 2007 8:53 AM Reply | Quote Answers 22 Sign in to vote I was getting the same error since I had changed the password. I found a work around for it to connect to SQL server. Go to Run-->services.msc--> MSSQLSERVER . On the "log on as" tab right click and check your login information. i suggest delete the password and retype it again. It works !! Proposed as answer by Kelvinay Wednesday, February 01, 2012 8:03 PM Marked as answer by Joseph Ollero Wednesday, July 18, 2012 7:42 AM Friday, January 11, 2008 9:
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