Windows error 1068 or 1069 is received when starting the CA-Unicenter service.

Document ID : KB000055139
Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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An error similar to the following is received when running UNICNTRL START ALL:

Error -->Windows Function Failed Function <StartService> Error <1069> Line <615


Error codes 1069 and 1068 come from the Windows operating system itself, not from Unicenter.

A 1069 error means that there is a logon problem with the account used to start the CA-Unicenter service. By default, this account is called "caunint". A logon error can occur if the account has an expired password, is locked out, or is lacking the "Logon as a Service" User Right.

A 1068 error means the CA-Unicenter service has a dependency problem. The CA-Unicenter service depends on the CCI Services (Transport and either NR-Server or NR-Client) and the Database service (Ingres in r11.0 and MSSQL in r11.1/r11.2). A dependency error will occur if any of the services that CA-Unicenter depends on cannot be started.