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When you run the MQTrace Utility on Microsoft Windows Vista or Microsoft Windows Server 2008 systems, you may receive the following error:
“Data Collector Set was not found”
The MQTrace Utility may fail to create a trace file in the default location of C:\Windows\debug resulting in the following error being displayed on-screen.
mqtrace 1.4 - Manage MSMQ Release Bits Tracing.
Querying msmq trace session...
Data Collector Set was not found.
This issue may happen when you use the MQTrace utility and while tracing is started, the MSMQ service is stopped and restarted.
This is caused because the debug folder does not have the necessary permissions set to allow the program to create the log file.
Without the necessary permissions, the NetworkService account does not have the permission to control the tracing session. The “-start” trace command fails as it needs to create the log file. Since the context is executed using NetworkService, the “-start” trace command fails without the necessary rights.
To work through this issue, modify the permissions to allow the log file to be created in the Debug folder. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Navigate to the C:\Windows\debug folder
2. Right-click on the Debug folder, and then click Properties.
3. Under the ‘Security’ tab, grant the NetworkService account ‘Modify’ permissions on the folder.
Once permissions are granted that allow the NetworkService account to write in the C:\Windows\debug folder, the tracing is started when the MSMQ (Message Queueing) service starts.
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Article ID: 968727 - Last Review: January 16, 2015 - Revision: 1.0