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First, it's not necessary (and looks very bad) to use a shell script to start up a process in a systemd unit. Nor is it necessary to call a Python interpreter explicitly, if your Python script has the correct line at the top of it. Start by cleaning up the unit file: [Service] #... ExecStart=/usr/local/py-kms-master/server.py 192.168.1.100 1688 -v ...
Just thought to follow up this question with an answer :-) I was looking at the wrong count: I was looking at the "Total requests received" instead of the "Current Count" The reason the Current Count is not increasing is because I forgot to set the generalize option during my sysprep so all the CMID's where the same and not unique like they need to be for ...
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