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I've built a Windows service as "Any CPU". Why does it run in 32-bit mode on my 64 bit machine?


I've built a Windows service as "Any CPU". Why does it run in 32-bit mode on my 64 bit machine?

By : Alextrimplez
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
wish of those help In case anybody runs across the same thing I did: I had created two new config settings (copied from the Debug config). For some reason "Prefer32Bit" flag was set to true, even though the checkbox was greyed out and unchecked in the project config page.
You can fix it by removing the line directly from the .csproj file.
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Can py2exe make a "real win32 exe"? Other words,is the exe built in machine-code?

Can py2exe make a "real win32 exe"? Other words,is the exe built in machine-code?


By : Doug Mewhort
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do To improve speed, try cython instead. py2exe just wraps an exe around the python so it makes no difference.
Windows service installed with Procrun works in //TS mode, but doesn't start as a Windows service saying it "starte

Windows service installed with Procrun works in //TS mode, but doesn't start as a Windows service saying it "starte


By : Leandro Brito
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps Don't use any white-space in the service name!
After many hours of testing and pulling apart Tomcat and duplicating it's bootstrap process, the fix for my problem ended up being that Apache Commons Daemon (Procrun) does not work properly when there is white-space in the name of the Windows service.
code :
> prunsrv.exe //IS//MyService --Install="C:\path-to-prunsrv.exe" --Jvm=auto \
  --Startup=auto --StartMode=jvm --Classpath="C:\path-to-MyService.jar" \
  --StartClass=com.mydomain.MyService --DisplayName="My Service"
A Same Name "Cloud Service" will be created when create "Virtual Machine" in Azure, can I delete it?

A Same Name "Cloud Service" will be created when create "Virtual Machine" in Azure, can I delete it?


By : ryan chen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine A. It's a wrapper for the deployment of the Virtual Machine and essentially the same construct you get for Web and Worker role deployment in the PaaS model.
When you create a new Virtual Machine from the portal, you actually won't see that there is a Cloud Service also created unless you switch back to the "old" Silverlight portal.
Access Virtual Machine via PuTTY Using Built-in Command "vagrant ssh"

Access Virtual Machine via PuTTY Using Built-in Command "vagrant ssh"


By : Evgeny Istomin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help There is an official thread for Vagrant here which ended in no result AFAIR. But when googling for "vagrant putty" there seem to exist many plugins for Vagrant bringing that functionality, maybe through "hacks".
For reference: vagrant-multi-putty. Worked for me too on Windows after two simple commands: vagrant plugin install vagrant-multi-putty and vagrant putty (only for Vagrant 1.1 and newer),
Can I run "Service Bus for Windows Server 1.1" after installing "Azure Service Fabric"?

Can I run "Service Bus for Windows Server 1.1" after installing "Azure Service Fabric"?


By : Mr. G.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Unfortunately this isn't supported. Service Bus on Win Server runs on an old version of Service Fabric (as you can tell by the old Windows naming convention) which isn't compatible with the current version.
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