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Windows Service Status Operator

hi i am using the operator "Service Status" to check the windows service status of W32Time on a remote server. when i test it using the OO studio debug mode it it work perfectly. however when i use OO studio to connect to the remote debugger to run it on OO central 

{returnResult=;error=System.InvalidOperationException: Cannot open Service Control Manager on computer 'x.x.x.x This operation might require other privileges. ---> System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception: Access is denied. 

is there a reson why running on OO studio debug and on OO central [debug] will give me different results?

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Re: Windows Service Status Operator

On your central - is the deployed value of the stored account you're using to connect overridden? - if so is that override value correct.

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Re: Windows Service Status Operator

Hi not in this case I was running on debugger mode on studio connecting to do Central the values are from OO studio.
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Re: Windows Service Status Operator

Hi,

It also depends on the credentials you are passing (if you are passing) to the flow/operation.

Do you pass any credentials?

Does the user used to run Central service accout have enough permissions to connect to the target system?

HTH,

Lucian

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