I restarted my servers in production environment. Once the servers are available, in the desktop appears appears a window indicating that there were errors after restarting. I found it was the Admincon.exe that is trying to be executed when starting the server. Is there a way in which it does not happen?
what version are you on? From 220.127.116.11 onwards it is replaced with a java version.
You are referring to the server, while the Admincon.exe is an client tool. Do you need it there, and is it necessary to start it?
The Admincon.exe needs a config file AdminCon.lax. This holds paths to EAS and to the JVM. Maybe these are not correct.
Have a look there.
Hope this helps you.
The version is 18.104.22.168. In the Windows event viewer I found that when the server is restarted, it tries to run the Admincon.exe.
I don't need to execute the Admincon.exe when restarting. When it is requiered, I start the Administration Services Console. Additionally, there is no startup script scheduled in Windows Task Scheduler.
so the EAS console is working on the server when you start it manually?
If yes, then I would focus on get it out of the startup sequence.
If the server is re-started, it will likely be an administrative process without somebody been logged on. If the EAS console will be needed on the server after the re-start, it could be started manually. This is how I know it from different installations.
It is working perfectly but I do not know how to get it out of the startup sequence. When the server is restarted, it appear to require to launch it but it is not necessary. Additionally, the EAS is started when needed; therefore, it is not necessary to start it when the server is restarted.
Now it is getting more technical....
We have to see if it is part of the process which runs to start the EPM environment or if it is something separate. You might see this in the Logfiles.
I assume you are on a Windows system? What is installed on this box?
Please give us more information.
Maybe somebody else can help here.
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