OpManager stops after the user logs off

OpManager stops after the user logs off

Issue : 

If the OpManager Service runs on a service account (This Account). It will NOT allow you to keep the Wrapper running after the user mentioned (This Account) logs off. It happens only in Windows 2003 R2.

Solution :  

Change the Service account to (Local System Account).
Add the below line in the wrapper.conf file and restart OpManager.

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