Somehow, a windows service installed on a remote machine that we rely on has been marked for deletion. We don't know how or why it has been marked for deletion. Is there a way to unmark it for deletion?
The service is still running, but has been marked to be deleted upon next boot.
Open the machine's Registry (using Remote Registry if needed), find the service's subkey under
The service will still appear as disabled, and operations on it will fail, but this should be fixed by a reboot. (But to be safe, export the service's subkey from registry, so you could reimport it afterwards.)
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No, it has been emptied so the service information is gone. Restore a back-up...