How do you run 4D Server as a Windows Service underStephen J. Orth (4/7/14 5:23PM)
Timothy Penner (4/8/14 12:32AM)
Stephen J. Orth (4/7/14 5:23 PM)
Just because your account is in the "Administrators" group, does not
you are an Admin...that is the funny thing.
Behalf Of Tim Nevels
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2014 5:21 PM
On Apr 7, 2014, at 5:07 PM, Stephen J. Orth wrote:
color><param>00000,0000,DDEE/param>II just finished a project last
week where we installed our OEM
application on a Windows Server 2012 box. ?It is fully configured as a
service, and operable, so I would also agree with checking your
Bottom-line here is that I'm trying to say it certainly works....
It is good to hear that it does work. That's what I really wanted to
out -- have others gotten it to work.
I have "administrator" privileges for my user account. But I'm guessing
there are more permissions that need to be added to my account. This
corporate IT department and I've had other permissions problems with
the past. ?For this company there are many levels of "administrator".
So I'll submit a request to IT.
Timothy Penner (4/8/14 12:32 AM)
Try right-clicking on 4D SERVER.EXE and choosing the option 'Run-as
Administrator' then see if the option is available?
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