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What does this stand for

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Also got this

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Please see snapshot. Issue is getting really worse and annoying

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Partner
Partner

  1. Check if your license is valid Manual LEF
  2. Create a new user local admin (where QVS is installed) add it to QlikView Administrators, change the user in services.msc (so the new user is granted access as a logon service).
  3. Reboot your machine.
  4. Check if services are Ok!
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Make sure the root folder is still there. You can see what location it should be by looking at the Settings.ini located at C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer

Look for DocumentDirectory=C:\Documents

Bill

Bill - Designated Support Engineer at Qlik
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1. My license is valid.

2. Did the second step as stated. Issue persist

Rgds

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Yes the root folder is there.

Rgds

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Perhaps this is a little extreme, but sometimes reinstalling QVS helps...

Rgds

Hi, recently I found a similar issue, in my case was an installed server where someone set a proxy without checking the box the 'not use for local adresses'.

I was lead to this because in System->Setup i configured the service url with 'localhost' instead of '[ComputerName]' and worked.

I don't know if your issue is the same but maybe helps.

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Support

Hi,

Then there are a couple of more items you can try. One is to rename the QCS settings.ini file and see if it will start. If that doesn't work, delete the PGO files from the root folder and try.

Bill

Bill - Designated Support Engineer at Qlik
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If the QVS service (or any other QlikView service) refuses to start, the corresponding log will most often contain a message about the reason for not starting. Check for example C:\ProgramData\QlikTech\QlikViewServer\Events_....log

Peter