Window Services on window 7 cause DW arguments problem for PowerBuilder 12.5

Hi ,
   RE:  PowerBuilder 12.5
          Window 7 ( program file x86)
          Problem:  Can not create more than one argument when create new data window objects
   I encounter a problem in PowerBuilder 12.5 that when create a new datawindow object it only allow to create one argument.  it will not allow me to create a second argument and not allow to save it.  
I know some web site said the cause was from Microsoft Service and I need to turn Stop the service in the task bar in order to create arguments for PowerBuilder datawindow correctly.  
I need some expert help me by let me know which services I should Stop?    because I try several related to monitor services but it is still not work?  What / where  I need to check & validate to make this work?  would someone be kind to give me the list of service I should turn off?  

Thanks

Woody
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virtuadeptConnect With a Mentor Commented:
If my information was helpful, I do not understand why this is being closed with no points awarded.
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virtuadeptCommented:
We have this situation at our office. What it ended up being is ISXAgent.exe and/or ISXAgent64.exe which is "SSO Agent" for OneSign Single-sign-on.

That service was messing up PowerBuilder (11.5 in our case).

When we want to design a data window we have to go to task manager and kill those two processess and then it works.

WEIRD!!! I KNOW!!!
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MywoodyAuthor Commented:
I don't have SSO agent / service in my system so it must some other ?   I try to play with all services that related but still not work right.
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MywoodyAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for Mywoody's comment #a39717903

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Thank to virtualdept ,

based on your info I was able to get PB 12.5 work correct with multiple arguments for build new dw object.  in my case it was I have to Disabled the ActiveIdentity Service ( Microsoft security login)  in order for PB datawindow arguments to work.  

C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\ActivIdentity\SecureLogin
( disabled this )

Mywoody
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MywoodyAuthor Commented:
Thanks All for your help
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