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Q&A: Why does AlwaysUp run the 32-bit Version of PowerShell?
We have been trying to get a particular PowerShell script running as a service for some time now. I have been pulling my hair out but I think I finally found the issue and I don’t understand why it’s happening. … Continue reading
Posted in AlwaysUp Tagged 32-bit, 64-bit, powershell, sysnative-folder, system32, system32-folder, syswow64-folder Leave a comment
Q & A: How do I force my .NET console application to run 64-bit?
We have installed AlwaysUp version 220.127.116.11 (Sep. 2 2016) on Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard. We have multiple jobs that run a 64-bit .NET Console Application as a windows service, but we keep getting a SystemOutMemoryException error. What we found … Continue reading
Posted in AlwaysUp Tagged 64-bit, alwaysup, console-application, corflags, dot-net, q&a, visual-studio 2 Comments
Why does my Application have Trouble Reading the Registry?
The Problem Tod Daniels of d’innovative reported a strange problem. His JScript file (run with Microsoft’s CSCRIPT.EXE) started fine from his desktop but failed when run as a windows service with AlwaysUp. By troubleshooting the situation from the command line, … Continue reading
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