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  • Informatica Admin Console won't come up

    I have Informatica 9.5 installed on a Windows 2008 server. I've recently had to restart the Informatica Service because I was unable to connect to the Informatica Integration Service. As a result of restarting the Informatica Service, the Admin Console does not come up. Sometimes, it hangs or I'll get, "The site can't be reached" error. I've tried going to the site on the server where Informatica application runs, and my pc. I get the same behavior on both machines.Before restarting the Informatica Service, the Admin Console came up. Is there a service that did not start?

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