Applications Manager service is setup Automatic but not started. When I'm trying to start it up the following error message appears: "Could not start the ManageEngine Applications Manager service on local computer. Error1075: The dependency service doesnot exist or has been marked for deletion.
Solution: Check whether the service "ApacheApplicationsManager" is present under the services menu and also whether its Startup Type is not Manual. If not then navigate to the <AppManger-home>/bin folder in command prompt.
1. Execute the uninstallService.bat
2. Execute the installService.bat
Check whether two services ApacheApplicationsManager and ManageEngineApplicationsManager are present in the services menu and then start the ManageEngine Applications Manager in the services menu.
Note: This answer is applicable only for Applications Manager version 7.x. From version 8.0 onwards, we do not bundle Apache service with Applications Manager.
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