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Can a standard domain user manage Windows Server 2003 services ?

By Cyberdan ·
Is it possible to set-up a standard network user with means to Start/Stop a Windows Server 2003 service ??

I want to enable specific users to restart an application running as a windows server 2003 service, but I do not want them having administrator privileges for reasons we all know....

Thank you.

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Two ways to do this

by IC-IT In reply to Can a standard domain use ...

(or more)
The first is described here;
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/29928973/how-to-allow-my-domain-us.aspx

The second way would be to create a start script and a stop script. Give the user(s) read & execute permissions to this script in a shared folder.

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Need to add a 3rd party application in list of services on W 2003 server

by Cyberdan In reply to Two ways to do this

Very interesting.

Thanks for the reply, helps a lot !

However in order to do this I first need to find out how to add the 3rd party application in the list of services on the windows 2003 server !


The Windows 2000 Resource Kit had an utility called srvinstw.exe but this is no longer available...

Any clues ?

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Answered above

by IC-IT In reply to Need to add a 3rd party a ...

I posted those steps in your new question.
For the sake of others trying to find answers to similiar queries, it would be benificial to mark helpful answers.
Thanks.

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