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For a package I’m building I need to create a service with a localuser account.
I create the service with the service table in Windows Installer Editor (wise) and create the user account with a custom action (net user Username /add)

The service doesn’t start because the user has not enough credentials.

How can I give the user enough credentials to start services??
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i don't think in wise you can create user a\c with persmission... that should be done to the machine directly .. in the base build or some thing like that....
Answered 04/19/2006 by: aa006
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So there is no option/dos function to create an user with permissions to start a service?
Answered 04/19/2006 by: k.vdschaaf
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What you can do if you want a user to be able to control a specified service is to use mmc and load snapin for security template and create a own security template, and in this template change permission on a specified service.

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Answered 04/19/2006 by: fetgor
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