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Windows Services has a problem in accessing the Directory

Posted on 2006-06-30
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Hi,
  I created an serivce which access shared drive on M/C ABCD on network to open a file. When I start the service I get an exception as Permission denied to access the file/folder. But If I debug the service it works fine.
I set the Service Account as user & I gave my user name & password. Is there anything I have to do.
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by:Chinmay Patel
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Hi There,

Did you try to use Local Admin A/C?

If you are in a domain then try to run your service with Domain Admin's A/C.

Regards,
Chinmay
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by:kiru
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Thanks for the reply. I logged in to domain a/c & I have permission  to access the shared folder
 
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by:kiru
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Hi it worked.. I have to open file in read only mode.
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