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Permissions required for a local user to query services

I'm trying to write an application, that is running as a local user on the server, and needs access to enumerate services, and potentially even control them (start/stop). Is being a part of the ...
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1answer
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Running a service with a user from a different domain not working

I've been stuck on this for a while, not sure what permission I'm missing. I've got domain A and domain B, A trusts B, but B does not trust A. I'm trying to run a service in domain A with a user ...
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1answer
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Granting service control manager access permission to user outside of administrator group

I have a user outside of administrator group. How can I grant service control manager access permission for that (specific) user? It's like SC_MANAGER_ALL_ACCESS from the following link: ...
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1answer
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Make a program un-uninstallable by Local Admin

I have a system monitoring tool/service, that runs on individual desktops in the network. On the network each user is Local Admin. I would like to make it so that only Domain Admin can uninstall this ...
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4answers
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Why can a user grant themselves the Log On As A Service right?

This article describes the (relatively laborious) steps you should go through to grant an Active Directory user the Log On As A Service right. However, if I install a service and manually specify my ...
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Failed to preview report

I have a reporting services server environment in a windows server 2008 R2 . I am developing in windows 7 using report builder 3. I am able to load and save the reports but not to preview them. I'm ...
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Is it possible to configure a service to run as a group and add users to that group on Windows XP?

Is it possible to configure a service to run as a group and add users to that group on Windows XP? I need the service to have the permissions of the users in that group so that they can logonn, ...
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1answer
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How to configure permissions for win2008 task running as Network Service to stop/start a service on different system?

Well... title says it all, actually. We've got a Scheduled Task set up on a windows server 2003 box running as the Network Service, and the batch file it runs will invoke "sc" to stop and then start ...
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1answer
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Give users the right to restart a service

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 ...
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2answers
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How to give rights to one user for the restart of a service

It's there a way i can give the rights to a specific user, for restart a specific service on windows server 2008 ?
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4answers
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Starting/Stopping Services on a remote PC

I need to be able to remotely start and stop services on another windows machine in the domain. If I open up the "Service Manager" I can connect to the remote machine and view all its services ...
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4answers
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Remote access to server via service control panel for non-admin user in Windows 2008

I'm trying to configure my Windows 2008 servers so that my developers can view their status without needing to log on to the box or be an admin. Unfortunately, the permissions set in Windows 2008 for ...