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Windows Service Doesn’t Start on Reboot

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    cdesaint
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    Hi,

    I want to be able to have my Firefly server run when I’m not logged onto my Windows XP box – since it runs as a service, I figured that would be easy. The service is set to start automatically, yet when I reboot, it does not start. I can log in and manually start the service fine, but I would like it to run without logging on.

    Any ideas what could be going on?

    Thanks,
    Charles.

    #6797

    cdesaint
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    So I did some more digging and found that the firefly service wasn’t starting because it depends on the Bonjour service, which claimed to be in a ‘hanged’ state, even though when I check the Bonjour service, it is up and running.

    That confused be a bit, so I just decided to download the latest Bonjour and re-install it.

    That did the trick!

    Charles.

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