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Windows 2003 - How to create a Service Manually for a Program

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How to create a serivce manually using SC command or GUI tool... please provide the steps .
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I have created Service manually , but it has not started getting unable to start and found the below article

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886695

PLease review and share the suggestions to fix it.
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