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Automatically starting the Jet Service Tier

This article is intended for system administrators

Overview

Introduction to issue.

Both the Jet Excel add-in and the Jet Hub use the components of the Jet Service Tier.

If you find that your server does not automatically re-start the Jet Service Tier following a reboot (e.g., after installing Windows Updates), here are some settings you can configure that may help.

Resolution

  1. From the Windows Services snap-in, right-click on Jet Service Tier and select Properties from the menu.

    On the General tab, configure the Startup type for Automatic (Delayed Start) .

  2. Then, in the Recovery tab, configure all of the responses for Restart the Service (as shown):

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Automatically starting the Jet Service Tier

This article is intended for system administrators

Overview

Introduction to issue.

Both the Jet Excel add-in and the Jet Hub use the components of the Jet Service Tier.

If you find that your server does not automatically re-start the Jet Service Tier following a reboot (e.g., after installing Windows Updates), here are some settings you can configure that may help.

Resolution

  1. From the Windows Services snap-in, right-click on Jet Service Tier and select Properties from the menu.

    On the General tab, configure the Startup type for Automatic (Delayed Start) .

  2. Then, in the Recovery tab, configure all of the responses for Restart the Service (as shown):

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