How do you give a Windows service specific permissions?
Answer / swapna
Windows service always runs under someone?s identity. Can
be System or Administrator account, but if you want to
restrict the behavior of a Windows service, the best is to
create a new user account, assign and deny necessary
privileges to that account, and then associate the Windows
service with that new account.
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