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To change "windows service" default recovery option

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Hi,
Two screen shots attached one shows the default recovery settings (ServiceOptionBeforeupdatesetting.JPG) and second shows my updated setting (ServiceOptionAfterupdatesettings.JPG), can anyone please guide me how to update those settings according to that updated settings screen shot.



Regards,
Mushi
ServiceOptionBeforeupdatesetting.JPG
ServiceOptionAfterupdatesettings.JPG
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double click the service and got to the "recovery" tab.
Use the drop down boxes to select the values you need
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Sorry I want to do that programmatically.
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ahhhh I did wonder how you took the screenshot if you didn't know how to change the values :)
I have never tried/tested this but....
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/install/sercviceinstallerext.aspx
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