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There are many third-party tools to run a normal Windows executable as a service. Bitsum authored such a utility, command line only, called MakeService (now in limited distribution due to abuse). They are able to do this by using a service stub that then launches the normal Windows executable. That service stub can then control the launched process as ...


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Your service fails to start (reporting error 1053) because your executable is not a real windows service and can not respond properly to the start-service request. You will have to use a "service wrapper" -- go-between utility that can intercept the start/stop service calls and take the appropriate action with your application. Microsoft's free (and old) ...



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