I've one server with Service Manager 2012 on it, and SQL Server 2012 on another server. I stopped my Service Manager Server, and after that i stopped my SQL Server. I restarted both of them and tried to open the SM Console. I got an error that System Center
Data Access service was not running.
I tried to manually start it, no luck.
I tried with a local account, it start but the scsm console still give me an error.
I looked for some infos in EV but there's only some generic error with id 7031.
First, set your service back to run as your service account, then try to start the service. If it doesn't work, take a look at the events in the Applications & Services/Operations Manager event log on the management server and paste any errors/warnings
You are not seeing Service Startup time-out events, are you?
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Hi, thanks for your answer. I set back my service account. SCOM is not installed in my lab environnement. The only thing i have in my event viewer is : The System Data Access Service service terminated unexpectedly. It has done this 3 time(s). The following
corrective action will be taken in 60000 milliseconds: restart service. And no, i don't see any time-out events. Thanks
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