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    Vista?

    Is there anyway to install the service on Vista x64 or any other way to run two instances?

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    Hmm... no experience in vista (cos its crap ), however hit the project hosted forums over on Free-DC. I beleive the same questiion came up there.


    EDIT: "Just create a shortcut to the sobsvc.exe executable, modify the shortcut to add the -i (or whatever parameter you need) and then run the shortcut with the "run as administrator" option."

    http://www.free-dc.org/forum/showthread.php?t=12518

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    ^^Thanks for the tip
    However i still have a problem i can now run two instances in vista but the interactive services window keeps popping up saying that the service cant be shown on the desktop and that i need to get an updated version of the the program to fix this.
    Does this happen to anybody else using vista? Or is it just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaivan View Post
    ^^Thanks for the tip
    However i still have a problem i can now run two instances in vista but the interactive services window keeps popping up saying that the service cant be shown on the desktop and that i need to get an updated version of the the program to fix this.
    Does this happen to anybody else using vista? Or is it just me?
    hmm. well like i said a month ago, Vista is crap. hehe! perhaps Helheim might have noticed this. No harm in dropping a question over at the forums.

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    meh i guess i'll just deal with it and hope that sp1 will be able to fix it or they come out with a new sb client thanks for the help anyways.

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