SCVMM 2019 Not Starting After Update – What To Do?
Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2019 can be a great asset for maintaining your virtual infrastructure, however it’s not immune to technical issues. In this blog post, we’ll explain what to do if the SCVMM 2019 service won’t start after you’ve updated it.
The SCVMM 2019 service won’t start – what could be the issue?
The most common cause of this issue is that SCVMM 2019 can’t find its license. As soon as you update SCVMM 2019, the license information is lost and you will need to provide it again. Fortunately, it’s not difficult to fix this issue.
How can I fix the SCVMM 2019 service not starting error?
The first step is to manually enter the license key into the SCVMM service. To do this, open the Services console, right-click the System Center Virtual Machine Manager service, and select Properties. In the Properties window, open the Log On tab, click the Browse button, and type in the license key. Then, click OK, and restart the service.
Next, you should run the following PowerShell command to make sure SCVMM 2019 updates the license information:
If the issue still persists after you’ve entered the license key, you should check if the service has the necessary permissions to start. To do so, open the Services console and double-click the service. In the Properties window, open the Log On tab and make sure the service is configured to run as a local system account. Then, restart the service and check if the issue is solved.
As an experienced Cloud Architect, I know how important it is to keep your virtual infrastructure running smoothly and efficiently. By following the steps outlined above, you can easily fix the issue of SCVMM 2019 not starting after an update.
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