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Windows 7: how to start a service automatically on windows 7 Logoff then Logon


02 Feb 2011   #1

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how to start a service automatically on windows 7 Logoff then Logon

Hi all,

I have created a service for my application, which is running on Windows7 and windows xp.

Problem:-

When ever I logoff my system and Logon again the service is automatic starting in windows XP but it is not automatically start on windows 7.What it's root cause.I am not getting IT.

Could any one help me quickly?. Please It is really urgent.

Thnx in advance


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02 Feb 2011   #2

 

Is it set to automatic startup in the Services list?

Go to Start panel and type "services", you should see it pop up in the search results. Make sure your service startup type is either set to "Automatic" or "Automatic (Delayed)" and it should work fine.
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