|Subject||Re: GBAK Scheduler won't install as service on Windows 2008 Server|
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Dmitry Kuzmenko wrote:
>Thanks for the reply Dmitry. Yes that is the one we have been using for years. The latest version says it has been tested on 2008 Server, but it doesn't want to play well with our installation. I'll check with the author(s) and see if they have any other ideas. I am an admin on the server, so I would have thought it would install and run as a service on 2008 like it did on 2003, but apparently Microsoft has outsmarted me again!
> Hello, ScottMoon!
> Wednesday, January 30, 2013, 10:45:28 PM, you wrote:
> S> I'm not sure if this is the correct forum for this, so please let
> S> me know if it should go somewhere else.
> S> I am configuring a new Windows 2008 server (64-bit) to host our
> S> Firebird installation (SuperServer v2.5.2). I have installed FB and it is running fine.
> S> When I installed the latest version of GBAK Scheduler (1.0.10),
> S> however, I ran into problems. The main application runs as expected, but I cannot get it
> If you mean this
> it is old, and yes, it can have access rights problem.
> I also, with one of my applications running as service,
> have an unknown and unresolved access rights problem
> even with starting service from an application on Windows 2003 Server
> and another server editions (do not have this problem on any desktop
> The solution is only
> - run installation from Administrator
> - start service from Administrator
> If we were speaking about YOUR application, I would sent you
> to MSDN or MS knowledgebase, but Gbak Scheduler is a third party
> product, and you need to ask it's author about any problems with it.
> Dmitry Kuzmenko, www.ib-aid.com