I am using TM10 on a SBS2003 32 bit, all is well, but when the server gets a reboot the Sync service does not seem to want to start even tho set to automatic. A manual start and it functions fine, all is well. Nothing in the event log to indicate it failed to start, it just doesn't execute the auto-start. Any ideas?
Jim Altman 170 Mitchell St. SW Atlanta, Georgia 30303 (404) 526-8868
It could be that Windows is trying to start the service before SQL Server has completed loading. You may want to Google how to delay starting a Windows service based on another service completing first.
Start here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/193888
Mark Deal (CIC/Moderator)Document & Data Solutions, LLCTMTools, LLCAtlanta, Georgiahttp://email@example.com(770) 888-1940Time Matters | HotDocs | PCLaw | TMTools | DDSLink | Worldox
Steve Stockstill has saved you a bit of research.... he has a blog about this here - making the Exchange Sync dependant upon the SQL server:
Matt Stone, LLB Premier CIC - Forum Administrator 7SecondSystem.comThe 7 Second Blog
LexisNexis Platinum Achievement Circle 2009 Top Sales Producer – Time Matters