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I run the exe as administrator, this open a cmd prompt with multiple options:

Type "continue" and press ENTER to start processing files in commandli +ne mode, type "install" and press ENTER to install the service, type "uninstall" and press ENTER to uninstall the service, type "start" and press ENTER to start the service, type "stop" and press ENTER to stop the service, type "ParameterName=Value" and press ENTER to change a service paramet +er or press ENTER to exit

I select "install", which leads into a popup window saying that the service installed successfully.

Then I go into the Windows' Task Manager (right-click on the start menu bar, select Task Manager, display more details, then select the "Services" tab). From there, I can see my service (Status "Stopped"). Right click on the service, select "Start". That's it. Status is changing to "Starting".


In reply to Re^2: Perl exe as a service, stuck on starting by Garden Dwarf
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