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NT_ServiceDown and NT_ServiceHung jobs failing with service access errors

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NetIQ AppManager Enterprise 8.0.x
NetIQ AppManager Enterprise 7.0.x


NT_ServiceDown and NT_ServiceHung jobs start failing consistently with errors indicating that the job could not access the services.


To resolve this issue, either complete the uninstall of the affected service(s), re-install the affected service(s), or modify the jobs to monitor a select list of services which excludes the affected service.


Both the NT_ServiceDown and NT_ServiceHung jobs are dependent on all monitored Services to have one of three possible, valid Start-Up Types set (Automatic, Manual. or Disabled).

It is possible that in the process of uninstalling an application who services were being monitored by one of these jobs, the uninstall did not complete successfully, or failed, leaving a partially uninstalled application.  In such cases, it is also possible that the services for that application may remain listed in the Services applet of the affected Agent, with the result being that the Start-Up Type being <Null> or <Error>.  As these are not valid Start-Up Types, the KSs will not know how to handle those services, and will fail as defined in this article.


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  • Document ID:7011607
  • Creation Date:10-JAN-13
  • Modified Date:10-DEC-13
    • NetIQAppManager

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