For Windows Servers, sometimes applications will start and then stop a second later. Event Viewer will not show any helpful messages. Try these steps to troubleshoot.
1a. Get the service name
Go to the directory of the executable by looking at the service path
Look for a license file, open up in notepad (.lic)
3b. Look at what port the service is set to listen on – sometimes this can be found in the config file in the same directory as the executable.
Run “netstat -ano” to find the port number and what is listening. Then lookup the PID.
Open Task Manager – Processes tab – Add columns – PID and Image Path.
Now sort by PID and kill it. If it doesn’t work, try through command line: taskkill /pid pid /f
Now try to start the service again.