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I have a couple of questions. 1. Update the registry with the following steps. It shows stopped in the Services dialog but it is actually still running. All rights reserved.Newsletter|Contact Us|Privacy Statement|Terms of Use|Trademarks|Site Feedback Supernifty - nifty stuff that is also super « Happy Cycles Economics in a nutshell #1 - How interest rates really work » http://amazonfonts.com/unable-to/unable-to-find-the-file-at-the-given-path.html

Before updating your registry, you should back it up. Smith Denny K Miu Paul Offord Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Members Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Posts Search Log in or Sign up Menu Recent Posts [H]ard|OCP And if there is still some spare time left, I like to go biking in the woods near my hometown with my husband and fellow geek. mate :) Thursday, May 06, 2010 7:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote your awesome, worked perfectly. More Help

rookie Techie7 New Member I'm trying to create a srvany service on a Windows 2003 server (actually vmware) First of all I'm a mainframer so this is all relatively new to https://goo.gl/XmJYFK Dismiss Notice running a program as a service or process Discussion in 'General Software' started by scottatwittenberg, Dec 13, 2004. I hope this helps.

  • Defining Essential AM Server Service Dependencies Where a database-based repository is used, the Essential Server will not start up correctly if it cannot establish a connection to the database that is
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  • If your application is not an executable, bat a batch file, set the value to "C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /k full_path_to_batch_file.bat" Of course the batch file or executable can't exit, as this will end
  • other than some references (etc.) to "sc".  So after much banging of my head against a wall with "sc", I decided to experiment , and ...

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. 5 Responses to "Hack It #2 - Convert any Windows application to a service" Vidyut says: March 8, 2013 at To help with the automatic startup of the Essential Server, define a dependency between the Essential AM Server service and another service, such as your database server instance (if it is Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If you want to use a user-defined service, follow these steps: Create a user-defined service on the Tivoli Business Systems Manager database server only.

The batch automatic ticket request processor must run continuously to monitor and process any new batches of input files created by the batch automatic ticket integration function. Srvany.exe will run from the System32 path, so that will be your application's working directory. To delete the service, follow these steps: Change to the Resource Kit folder. At the time of this posting, there is no Windows Server 2008 Resource Kit Tools, so get the "srvany.exe " from the "Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools " and copy

Don_sati 2010-01-07 10:25:51 UTC #5  I finally succeeded has to start the PDFCreator service: Service: Path to executable: C:\\Program Files\\PDFCreator\\srvany.exe Register: ImagePath: C:\\Program Files\\PDFCreator\\srvany.exe Parameters:Application: C:\\Program Files\\PDFCreator\\pdfcreator.exe The service starts normally, As you have noticed, Srvany.exe has a few shortcomings so we offer a commercial solution (called AlwaysUp) with a free 30-day trial. Our Privacy Policy has details and opt-out info. Here's what to do ...

Because I got this error as I type the command. "Unable to find the file at the given path." This is what I typed instsrv myprogram C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Resource Kits\ Enter the following command:run_protege_server.bat Close the registry editor. Thanks Also, on Windows 2000 I see it a process in the process list in the Task Manager, but with 2008 I don't have my process listed so I cannot manually Thank you.pinesh Friday, July 09, 2010 3:59 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Awesome!

Dec 13, 2004 #1 scottatwittenberg 2[H]4U Messages: 3,304 Joined: Apr 10, 2002 ok.. Check This Out This application was supposed to already be capable of doing this, but instead would crash instantly. The Thing with the user did the trick, as the service is "per se" startet on the machine-account, which has no settings for the pdf-creator Auto-SaveSo let me put this together:First No, create an account now.

and type the thing that is supoposed to install a new service and it doesn't work.. It is important that the Essential repository server is always running and able to serve requests from its clients, so it should be configured to run as a Service on Windows Smith(Live Long and Prosper) Tim O'Neill(The Oldcommguy™) Tony Fortunato(The Technology Firm) 2015 Top 10 Posts Top 10 Wireshark Filters (by Chris Greer) How To Enable SNMP in Windows 7 (by Tony http://amazonfonts.com/unable-to/unable-to-find-the-file-at-the-given-path-instsrv.html Friday, January 28, 2011 11:20 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This works under 2008 R2 as well!

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chipsnham 2012-07-02 14:51:37 UTC #19 I've just created a blog post that addresses this issue and describes the process of installing PDF Creator on a print server (64bit) and getting it to

Here's what to do ... so it would have to run as a service, right? i got the srvany.exe file.. This solution,Windows Server 2003 Resource kit, enables a batch file to be started via a Service.

As a user I like to answer questions at the Wireshark Mailing List. I then tried cd-ing to the directory C:\Program Files\Windows Resource Kits\Tools and typing 'Instsrv.exe myservicename Srvany.exe' and got message: 'The fully qualified path to .EXE must be given.' I then typed To get printing to work I have to execute PFDCreator.exe (or the Autostart, respectively) to get the printmonitor up and the printing running(which means I have to logon).I allowed the service to have a peek here message, then enter where srvany.exe on the command line, and modify the drive and directory as needed.

Any ideas?? HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\MyService\Paramaters\ ) Using RegEdit : within the newly created "Parameters " key , create a string value called "Application " and enter the full path to the application you are wanting I used your solution and configured srvany.exe but now I am getting error - The system cannot find the specified file when I start the oasis service. Running it from a bat file will spawn a new process, that srvany doesn't "see" anymore and that is why it can't stop your java proces; it can only stop running

Friday, May 14, 2010 3:02 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Brilliant, worked perfectly.