CSA Service - Not Starting After Boot - Dependancies?
CSA V4.5.1. B616
On just a few nodes (no real pattern that we folk) the "Cisco Security Agent" service will NOT restart after a reboot (Yes, it's set to auto, etc)..
The strange part, after the boot is done, and one logs in - the OKClient.exe flag starts fine (and shows the service is off) - And if you manually "start" the "CSA service" - Things just start up fine..
After the boot, there is NOT anything interesting related to the boot in the NT event log or CSALOG.txt - My gut instinct is that it's a startup dependancy issue on "slow" nodes - and the service never gets a "chance" to start ala Windows, as all the needed "pre-requisites" are not yet up..
Problem is - There are NO dependancies specificed for the "Cisco Security Agent" service on a vanilla install - Should there be??
Anyone see this before? - Again, it just effects some nodes, and not others - A deinstall - reboot - reinstall - reboot didn't change any behaviors, and the install seemed to go in cleanly..
Any thoughts - or known dependancies that I should manually specify, or throw this over the wall to TAC?
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