I had a question from an Admin person for SalesLogix.
Their Sync Server had quit cycling by itself. He was wondering why there was not a line item in the Microsoft Scheduler.
Although you can use Microsoft Scheduler for scheduling your Sync Server, it is certainly not necessary. There is a feature within SalesLogix Administrator called Sync Automation Services. You can set up a job in there to cycle your server on a periodic basis. Just make sure that you are not cycling so often that one cycle is running into the other.
My recommendation to him was to reboot the servers. This did not seem to solve the issue, so he deleted the sync job within Sync Automation Services and re-created it.
This did solve the issue. For some reasons the sync server was no longer recognizing the job. Very simple solution, just took a little patience.
Just wanted to share with everyone,