On failure....

Posted on 2004-03-21
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-16
Anone know how to turn the action on failure information that is returned by a call to the SERVICE_FAILURE_ACTIONS structure into workable information? (ie: into seperate items that can be listed and worked with individualy)
Question by:tayto
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cruxy earned 1500 total points
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SC_ACTION_NONE                 No action.
SC_ACTION_REBOOT             Reboot the computer.
SC_ACTION_RESTART           Restart the service.

time in ms to perform Action

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ID: 11377570
sorry for the delay cruxy - your answer was not really what i was looking for but because i was late in getting back i'll award you the points and re-ask the question again.

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