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Thread: Windos Service Application are removed on some windows 10 update.



Permlink Replies: 2 - Last Post: Aug 7, 2017 10:58 PM Last Post By: Tiberiu Stoicescu
Tiberiu Stoicescu

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Windos Service Application are removed on some windows 10 update.
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  Posted: Aug 7, 2017 4:36 AM
Hello,

I have an windows service application with implement an TCP server,
built with Indy10 and Delphi 7.
Sometimes, when windows 10 make some update, my application disapear
from windows service list, and I need to reinstall it.

Why this is hapend and how can I avoid this?

Best Regards,
Tiberiu
Angus Robertson

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Re: Windos Service Application are removed on some windows 10 update.
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  Posted: Aug 7, 2017 5:59 AM   in response to: Tiberiu Stoicescu in response to: Tiberiu Stoicescu
Sometimes, when windows 10 make some update, my application
disapear from windows service list, and I need to reinstall it.

Why this is hapend and how can I avoid this?

Did you digitally sign your service, that might help.

I've got loads of services built with Delphi 2007, and Windows 10 has
never removed them.

Angus
Tiberiu Stoicescu

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Re: Windos Service Application are removed on some windows 10 update.
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  Posted: Aug 7, 2017 10:58 PM   in response to: Angus Robertson in response to: Angus Robertson
On 07.08.2017 15:59, Angus Robertson wrote:
Sometimes, when windows 10 make some update, my application
disapear from windows service list, and I need to reinstall it.

Why this is hapend and how can I avoid this?

Did you digitally sign your service, that might help.

I've got loads of services built with Delphi 2007, and Windows 10 has
never removed them.

Angus
No, is not digital sign but I will try this.

Thanks,
Tiberiu
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