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PAUSE and CONTINUE added to PowerShell Service Packager Engine

We recently added support for a more refined handling of events in PowerShell based Windows services—allowing for the handling of Start, Stop, and Run events separately.  Please see this article for details. https://www.sapien.com/blog/2018/02/27/new-powershell-service-template-for-primalscript-2018/ The latest service builds of PrimalScript 2018…
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Write a Windows Service in PowerShell

Previously I showed you the new Windows Application engine (https://www.sapien.com/blog/2017/06/14/new-script-engines-for-windows-powershell/) and the Windows System Tray engine https://www.sapien.com/blog/2017/07/10/creating-a-system-tray-application-with-powershell/. Today I will show you the last of the three new engines, the Windows Service engine. Writing a Windows Service can be a…
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Get ServiceAccount Name with ADSI

One drawback to the service objects returned from Get-Service is that you can’t see what account the service is running under, often referred to as the service account. This will be something like LocalService or perhaps even a special user…
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