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I need to add Nintex live to existing nintex 2016 installation.

Question asked by jmoore@parc.com on Jun 15, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2017 by Enrico Knapp

I need to add Nintex live to existing nintex 2016 installation.

 

So I'd like to change the min role of my WFE from custom to WFE and Distributed Cache. WHen I try to do that I get an error, and when I check the ULS logs, I get

 

Failed converting server 'WFE' from 'WebFrontEndWithDistributedCache' to 'WebFrontEndWithDistributedCache' role. Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: Could not start the Nintex Live Workflow Queue Service, please ensure the service is installed locally. Time out has expired and the operation has not been completed.
at Nintex.Workflow.Live.Service.OnlineQueueServiceInstance.Provision()
at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPServerRoleManager.<>c__DisplayClass1.<ProvisionServiceInstance>b__0()
at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPServerRoleManager.ConfigureServiceInstance(SPServiceInstance serviceInstance)
at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPServerRoleManager.ConfigureServer(Boolean throwOnFailure)
at Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPServerRoleConversionJobDefinition.Execute(Guid targetInstanceId) StackTrace:
at onetnative.dll: (sig=831d920c-e7fc-4ed0-8f9d-073bccb52bf9|2|onetnative.pdb, offset=37019)
at onetnative.dll: (offset=1E48E)

 

I think I had nintex live turned on in my 2010 farm and there are some artifacts lingering around. So I have a production enviroment up and running and now I want to try adding Nintex Live so I can change the server role. It looks like I need to install  nintexlivecore.wsp, but I can't find it in my install files. 

 

Any advice on how to remove the Nintex live artifacts, or add / install Nintex Live to an existing production farm?

 

Connect and enable Nintex Live 

 

 

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