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I want to use  SC.EXE to configure a service ( ex. certsvc ) to have multiple dependencies.  according to the instructions  I should be able to do it using a command like this:
sc config certsvc depend= loadsvc depend= protectedstorage

but it doesn't work!!!  
what is the proper syntax ?
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The correct syntax is:
sc config certsvc depend= loadsvc protectedstorage

Note the spaces, are you sure of the dependency service names? If they have spaces they must be surrounded by double quotes.
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