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Access is denied , Unable to open the service "Tomcat6"

 
chaitanya palli
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Hi,
I installed tomcat 6.0.20 on my friends laptop 3days back and when he rebooted the system,a pop up box came like, Access is denied Unable to open the service "Tomcat6", whats wrong? I uninstalled n removed all the relevant data wherever in the C drive and stopped the service in Service manager.reinstalled it.working well.and again after rebooting it prompted the same.help me please,unable to trace out the problem

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John Eipe
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Try turning off User Account Control.
 
chaitanya palli
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thank you
I removed access control ,but still couldnot get the server running.tried to stop and restart the server but no use
 
Vinod Tiwari
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Check for registry entries..
 
chaitanya palli
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Hi

Thank you, but i dont know how to check for registry entries...,i just tried in Google and found out the link useful -Running Tomcat as a 64-bit windowtomcat-as-a-64-bit-windows-service.html
Also i realized that his laptop is 64 bit Windows Vista,4GB RAM,320GB HD.so now i decided its better to uninstall both tomcat and jdk 6 of 32 bit.and install both s/w s with 64 bit versions as mentioned in the likn.so that no confusion.

sry

try to help me for my other post with which im struggling,here Windows Vista OS (32 bit),tomcat 6.0.20 and jdk 6,im using it on my lab PC

thank you in adv
 
Edward Fullerton
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Remove: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\ApacheTomcatMonitor
If you run the app this points to as an administrator from the command prompt (Start Menu type cmd then CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER to get admin rights), you will notice that it is just a pop-up menu to administer Tomcat.

 
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