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HPOO "Start Service" operation does not work!

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Hi,

 

I am creating a workflow, so simple just using the "Start Service" operation,

I have used a domain admin and still it does not work stating that access is denied.

 

any idea what might be going wrong?

 

Thanks.

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Hi,

 

From my tests with playing with the  OO services operations (start,stop, restart) - there are problems with security credentials to remote machine.

 

Instead I have created these flows for Windows OS (see attached file).

 

For each of the flow you should provide 4 inputs

  • targetHost  - name of remote machine
  • targetUser  - administrator user
  • targetPassword 
  • serviceName  - service name
  • sleepTime  -time in seconds

 

Shimon

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Hi,

 

From my tests with playing with the  OO services operations (start,stop, restart) - there are problems with security credentials to remote machine.

 

Instead I have created these flows for Windows OS (see attached file).

 

For each of the flow you should provide 4 inputs

  • targetHost  - name of remote machine
  • targetUser  - administrator user
  • targetPassword 
  • serviceName  - service name
  • sleepTime  -time in seconds

 

Shimon

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This worked for me! Thanks alot 🙂
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