The Message Queuing Triggers Service Fails to Start

Updated: June 25, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Describes a specific problem with Message Queuing triggers. Includes recommendations for fixing the problem.

This problem typically occurs when the Message Queuing Triggers service is configured to run under the security context of a domain user that does not have sufficient permissions. This problem can also occur when the Message Queuing Triggers service is configured to invoke a Component Object Model (COM) component that fails which in turn causes the Message Queuing Triggers service to fail.

When you attempt to start the Message Queuing Triggers service, the service fails to start.

  • Check Event Viewer to narrow down the cause of the problem.

  • The Message Queuing Triggers service is dependent upon the Message Queuing service, verify that the Message Queuing Service is started.

  • Configure the Message Queuing Triggers service to run under the default Network Service account, which has sufficient permissions to run the Message Queuing Triggers service, or grant the Message Queuing Triggers service account the necessary permissions. The Triggers service must run under an account with administrator permissions.

  • Rectify the condition that causes the COM component to fail, and then restart the Message Queuing Triggers service.

After completing the steps above, start the Message Queuing Triggers service from Services.

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