SC.exe-Command prompt syntax issue?

Hi All,
          I'm trying to create a new service using Sc.exe but I'm having some trouble with the command. This is what I have thus far, and it gives me an incorrect parameter error. Any obvious errors? This is what my command prompt looks like (below). My goal with this command is to create a new service. The instructions and the KB on Microsoft is somewhat unclear as to how you actually point to the correct .exe file you want to make run as the service, is this correct?
C:\>sc \\xxxxxx create C:\Program Files\silex technology\SX Virtual Link\Conn
ect.exe binpath= C:\Windows\System32\Newserv.exe start=boot DisplayName= SilexUS
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In a command line, folder paths including spaces always have to be enclosed in spaces; it's a good habit to always enclose paths in quotes, just to get used to it.
In addition, you always need a space after the equal sign in the sc command line.
So this should work:
C:\>sc \\xxxxxx create "C:\Program Files\silex technology\SX Virtual Link\Connect.exe" binpath= "C:\Windows\System32\Newserv.exe" start= boot DisplayName= SilexUSBService

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Brad HoweDevOps ManagerCommented:
oBdA is correct.

Anything that uses a folder path should be enclosed in " " . This just catches spaces if any....

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