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Topic Title: Service startup order
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Created On: 02/01/2018 01:34 PM
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JamesLankford
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To my current understanding, the startup order of the AM services has always been communicated as such:

1st - Execution Server
2nd - Management Server
3rd - Agent

And when shutting down, stop in the reverse order.

The default Service Startup Type however for the Execution and Management Server Services are Automatic (Delayed Start) whereas the Agent is Automatic. With that in mind, that contradicts the recommended startup order of the services since with those startup types, the Agent will always start before the other two since they are delayed.

Am I missing something?

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