Migrating from McMyAdmin2 to AMP is proving difficult.

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killertunes posted this 25 February 2020

Server is running Windows 10 Pro & is in a domain.

Where I'm at atm: I just have ADS installed as a service and it doesn't start on reboot nor from the AMP Instance Manager.

When I had both installed as services: ADS & the MC instances don't run on startup when services are installed & they cannot be manually started from AMP.

When both were installed without services: ADS and the MC server instances work when services aren't installed. I didn't test to see if they would come back up on boot because I figure that's what the services are for right.

I need these things to work without attendance and to come up with every system restart/reboot.

This is all so very different than the old program.

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Mike posted this 26 February 2020

Only plugins that are initially installed from the plugin manager within AMP are managed by it. AMP is able to check if managed plugins have updates available automatically.

killertunes posted this 26 February 2020

Another quick question if I may.

All of the plugins I imported show as external plugins not managed by AMP. What is the benefit being managed by amp and how would I make that so if I wanted to do that?

killertunes posted this 26 February 2020

I think I'm there. Both instances start automatically in system reboot.

I can now start checking out all these new features. Yay!

Thanks for the help!

killertunes posted this 25 February 2020

I'm working on it. lol I got both ADS as a service and the MC server running but I'm having some conflicts with the old mcmyadmin install. I just restarted to see if they both come on without intervention. I'll report back.

I think the problem with the user I was using is that it had a conflict with a local user account still on the device.

killertunes posted this 25 February 2020

I can try logging into that server with my domain credentials and setting it all up or should I make a new user on the domain explicitly for this purpose? I just answered my own question. I'll make a new user and give it go.

Mike posted this 25 February 2020

Permissions issues, using the Administrator user, refusing the UAC prompt, or having UAC disabled.

killertunes posted this 25 February 2020

Doesn't exist in the list. What would cause the service not to be installed but show that it is?

Mike posted this 25 February 2020

It'll be called AMP-ADS01.

Service Entry

killertunes posted this 25 February 2020

There is no 'ADS service' listed in Services.msc though it's showing as its installed as a service in AMP.

Mike posted this 25 February 2020

What's the startup mode for the ADS service under the Services control panel? (Start -> Run -> Services.msc)

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