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Windows 7: Added an .exe to Services but shutsdowns immediately upon starting

1 Week Ago   #1
chimera786

64 bit Windows Home Premium
 
 
Added an .exe to Services but shutsdowns immediately upon starting

Hello-


I added a program (mosquitto mqtt broker client) to services with the hope that it would start up automatically upon computer booting up and begin running windows 7.


I accomplished this my going to the windows power shell and used the ./install mosquitto.exe command and the service now shows up in the windows service menu but every time i click to start it...i get the error:
The Mosquitto Broker Service on local computer started and then stopped ,Some services stop automatically if there are not in use by other services or program



I havent the faintest clue whats the issue here; any ideas?


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1 Week Ago   #2
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi chimera786,

Welcome to SevenForums!

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chimera786 View Post
I added a program (mosquitto mqtt broker client) to services with the hope that it would start up automatically upon computer booting up and begin running windows 7.

I accomplished this my going to the windows power shell and used the ./install mosquitto.exe command and the service now shows up in the windows service menu but every time i click to start it...i get the error:
The Mosquitto Broker Service on local computer started and then stopped ,Some services stop automatically if there are not in use by other services or program
Is there not a tick box option in the programs settings that says something like Start at startup?
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