Hi, I try to run SBO Service Manager, it used to have dropdown drill with some options like "SBO Backup","SBO DI Server" and "License Manager". But now I see the dropdown no longer has those 3 options, but only blank and the button is turn into grey and disabled. I've check on service.msc all the services is "started" except for the SBO Backup.
Does anyone know how to figure it out?
This is where it is supposed to be by default - "C:\Program Files\SAP\SAP Business One ServerTools\Service Manager\ServerManager.exe"
If it is missing, just go ahead and install it again. As long as you have license key file, you should be able to start and work again.
Hi Flo, this is just my opinon and even experience -
You probably have it on DVD or have downloaded some place the server tools service manager install/uninstall.
I suppose it should not matter, as you are not downloading newer service manager.
However, do backup whatever you are doing, if you want to restore it to this state.
It is hard for me to tell 100% it will be OK, but I think it will be ok. The final decision is yours!
You can reinstall the server tools.
If you seetings is enabled Select the Service manager > License manager and then click on Settings > Set ( you will get a error message TOA named server not available)click ok and click on Connect
Now all the options will have been enabled.
Hi Eric, too bad my friend decided to remove the old vmware and copy the new one...
Hm if you already remove the SBO, maybe you can check if there is some folder that need to be removed or something? im not quite sure about that tho'.. maybe the other experts able to help?
So sorry... I'll let you know later if I know something about it
Kindly note that the Operating System used was Windows XP,
If the user made it to run into Administrator Mode (XP) or is actually using Administrator account, the result will still be similar wherein no Services are listed.
Any concrete solutions for this particular scenario is appreciated or can just tell us users straight that SAP B1 v8.82 PL10 doesn't run on Windows XP.