Start Services on Servers
Topic Last Modified: 2012-10-01
To successfully complete this procedure you should be logged in as a user who is a member of the RTCUniversalServerAdmins group or have the correct permissions delegated. For details about delegating permissions, see Delegate Setup Permissions.
|For Lync Server 2013, KB2713435-x64-RP.msu must be installed on Windows Server 2012 computers before some Lync Server services can be restarted.|
After you install the Local Configuration store on your servers, install the Lync Server 2013 components, and configure certificates on a Front End Server or Front End Server, you must start the Lync Server 2013 services on the server. Use the following procedure to start services on each Front End Server in your deployment.
In the Lync Server Deployment Wizard, on the Lync Server 2013 page, click Run next to Step 4: Start Services.
On the Start Services page, click Next to start the Lync Server services on the server.
On the Executing Commands page, after all services have started successfully, click Finish.
Important: The command to start the services on the server is a best effort method to report that the services have in fact started. It might not reflect the actual state of the service. We recommend that you use the step Service Status (Optional) immediately following Start Services to open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) and confirm that the services have started successfully. If any Lync Server service has not started, you can right-click that service in the MMC, and then click Start.