Click here to Skip to main content
15,437,947 members

Comments by Power Puff Boy (Top 1 by date)

Power Puff Boy 12-Feb-14 10:32am View     CRLF
Generally I agree with everything you said. Maybe I should have done some explaining why I'm trying to do this: The service I'm trying to install is something that's built from a Visual Studio project. I'm trying to install the service from the location where it's actually built to make it easier for me to debug it. That's why I'm doing this unusual stuff. The project is located in a version control system which gives me a network drive Z: to access my sources (guess which VCS I'm using ;-)). I only want to install the service from Z: for my convenience. The software product itself will launch it from a local drive once it's installed on the target computer.