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Hi,

I have installed TOMCAT on my PC. When I restart my PC, I have received the following error message. (Window)

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Acess denied
Unable to open the service 'Tomcat6'
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Any help on this?.

Thanks in advance,
Mubeen Shaik.
 
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you can try it once again from
control panel--administative tools -- services-- apache tomcat

here you can start the service.

one more way to do it is go to the tomcat bin directory from command prompt and invoke startup command.

even after this the serivce does not start then check the port on which you have installed. it might be conflicting with some other application.

you can change it from the conf directory---server.xml file.

this might help you.
 
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you can try it once again from
control panel--administative tools -- services-- apache tomcat
here you can start the service.

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It is saying Access Denied.
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one more way to do it is go to the tomcat bin directory from command prompt and invoke startup command.
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Which one I need to execute? tomcat6.exe?

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even after this the serivce does not start then check the port on which you have installed. it might be conflicting with some other application.

you can change it from the conf directory---server.xml file.
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I don't have any application running on 8080.
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I think this is related to windows authorities.

Thanks,
Mubeen Shaik.
 
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