How do you run 4D Server as a Windows Service under

Stephen 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.


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Server 2012

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
is a
corporate IT department and I've had other permissions problems with
them in
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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