I'm getting ready to deploy Unity 5.0 to move our 4.2 users to. It will be on an MCS 7825H2, I installed fromt the Platform Configuration Disc and everything seemed to install fine except that, after the image installed on the server and rebooted I started getting an error saying "At lease one service or drive failed during system startup. Use the event viewer to examine the event log for details." Trouble is, there's nothing in the event log indicating any problems. All automatic services have come up, there are no problems with devices in Device Manager, nothing. Very troubling. As this will be the primary Unity server in a redundant voice mail system I would like to make absolutely certain that all issues are fixed before goes into production. Can anyone tell me if they've seen this problem with the Platform Configuration disc on this model server?
Also, nothing has been installed on the server (past the Platform Configuration Disc and running CUSPA. This issue started right after the OS installation.
I remember this, but I think it goes away eventually. Do a couple more reboots. But if you are getting a error at the log in screen, it should show what it is in the Event Logs of Windows. Install Unity and see if they go away. I think they do if I recall, but not certain
Yeah, that's the problem. It's not showing up in the event logs. I'm guessing (or hoping that the error goes away after the Unity install. I guess we'll see. If you happen to remember any more details about this, please let me know.
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