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Thread: Installing Services [C#.NET]

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    Installing Services [C#.NET]

    I'm having some problems installing my service.
    First of all I can't run it from the debugger nor the release .exe and get told I need to use intallutil from the command line. But for some reason (im on vista) the installutil doesn't seem to exist.
    Also I think I need to create a class for installing too?
    There's little help on the web so maybe someone could help, thnx
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    web service or background service?

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    background service, web services dont need to be "installed" as such.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexgeek View Post
    background service, web services dont need to be "installed" as such.
    Well, I need to read OP a little better. Haha.


    You won't find the installutil if you open windows command prompt. But you will find it if you open the Visual Studio Command Prompt.

    OR

    You can open a regular command prompt. (Start, Run, "cmd") and navigate to:
    [Windows Folder]\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v[Version Number]

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    same as norie said, you need to just go normally, start -> programs -> VS2005 (or whatever you are using) -> comand prompt

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