When Olympia is installed as a service it fails to start after a reboot on my machine. If I change the start type to Automatic (Delayed Start) then it starts as expected. Is there a dependency that hasn’t started on the regular Automatic start?
There should be entries in the Windows Events Log describing what caused the issue
If you are speaking go the Event Viewer I saw nothing there regarding Olympia even though it didn’t start.
Is there another place I should look?
There are entries, buried in the list of Application events. Seems something in the system core doesn’t start in the timely fashion, causing a deadlock. I’ll change the default Olympia startup option to Automatic (Delayed). hanks for the report.
Thanks, logged as bugs://78536
bugs://78536 got closed with status fixed.