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Based on http://serverfault.com/questions/166641/how-to-give-rights-to-one-user-for-the-restart-of-a-service

I've tried the command

sc sdset My.Service (A;;RPWP;;;S-1-1-0)

which i believe should give all users permission to restart My.Service

when I run the command

the error is:

[SC] ConvertStringSecurityDescriptorToSecurityDescriptor FAILED 87:    
wrong parameter

What am I doing wrong?

EDIT:

sc sdset My.Service D:(A;;RPWP;;;S-1-1-0)

sc succeeds, but net.exe and sc.exe gives permission denied

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You need to prefix the entires with D: like this:

sc sdset My.Service D:(A;;RPWP;;;S-1-1-0)
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SC says ok, but afterwards I get permission denied on net start My.Service and sc delete My.Service . I've now removed said service from regedit, but obviously I am taking the wrong approach. It seems sc clears all previous permissions –  Esben Skov Pedersen Sep 24 '10 at 14:54
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Solution: sc sdshow My.Service => merge result with (A;;RPWP;;;S-1-1-0) –  Esben Skov Pedersen Sep 24 '10 at 15:03
    
+1 You beat me to it :) –  Will Sep 24 '10 at 15:13

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