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I there a way to run a batch file when a specific service starts

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I need to run a batch file when a specifi service starts. Any way of accomplish this?

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If there is an event that is written to the log when the service starts you may be able to use an event trigger to launch your script.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc773308.aspx

Im not sure which OS your using but it may work =)
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Thanx. That worked.
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