Troubleshooting the Logic Apps Monitoring Agent
Follow the steps outlined in the 'Azure Application Access' user guide.
The problem for the Logic Apps Logging and Monitoring agent to start may be due to the fact that it is a Windows service, and has security and run-time related dependencies. Your problem may stem from one or more of the following common configuration errors.
- Insufficient rights to run as a Windows Service, solution found in the following article: How to set Logon as a Service right
- Shared port error, solution found in the following article: Shared Port 8000
- Prerequisites are not met, further detailed in the Prerequisites page
- Access rights missing or incorrectly configured, solution found in the following article: Azure Application Access
- Make sure the Monitor View has Actions option checked, further detailed in the Add or manage Monitor View page
This topic is further detailed in the User access to logic apps monitoring page
Your Nodinite environment can be installed on existing hardware on-premise, on Azure Virtual machines or hosted in the cloud by your sourcing partner. Hybrid scenarios are also supported.
- Make sure the Agent is stopped before running the MSI package, further detailed in the uninstallation page
- You must be local administrator in order to remove Windows Services