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Installing a service in Vista

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Old 09-17-2007
vehamala
 

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Installing a service in Vista
I am trying to tune up my brand new home PC, which is running Vista Home
Premium 32-bit with all updates from Windows Update installed.
I also have current Anti-Virus + Anti-Spyware SW running.

Now I am trying to install a small piece of software which runs as a service
(at least on all previous versions of Windows). I know the people who have
created this application and it is completely harmless and secure.
It will even run normally using less privileged security context.
BUT
I can not install that on my Vista, not even using my admin account.
Only error message is displayed (Access in denied).

What and how should I do ?
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Old 09-17-2007
Mick Murphy
 

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RE: Installing a service in Vista
Two things you could try:

1 Right-click on the setup.exe, select Run as Admin( the real admin! not you!)

2 Right-click on the .exe, select properties, then compatibility, and run as
XP SP2

"vehamala" wrote:

> I am trying to tune up my brand new home PC, which is running Vista Home
> Premium 32-bit with all updates from Windows Update installed.
> I also have current Anti-Virus + Anti-Spyware SW running.
>
> Now I am trying to install a small piece of software which runs as a service
> (at least on all previous versions of Windows). I know the people who have
> created this application and it is completely harmless and secure.
> It will even run normally using less privileged security context.
> BUT
> I can not install that on my Vista, not even using my admin account.
> Only error message is displayed (Access in denied).
>
> What and how should I do ?

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