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Tomcat 6 Setup/configuration

 
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Hi,

I have installed Tomcat6 on my work PC.I am not an "Admin" for the user.

When I try to start "Tomcat" I get the following window.

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"Application System Error"

Access Denied
Unable to open the service Tomcat6
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If my IT department login as "Admin" ( I cannot do this on this PC), it is working fine.I cannot login as "Admin".

How to solve this issue?.


Thanks in advance,
Mubeen Shaik.
[ March 27, 2008: Message edited by: Mubeen Shaik ]
 
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You'll have to have your sysadmin alter the service so that it runs under your username.

This really isn't a Tomcat issue.
It's an administration issue with your machine.
 
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That is correct, but how to change the service to run under my name?.

Thanks,
Mubeen Shaik.
 
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From the services window, right click on the service and choose 'Properties' from the menu. Then, click on the "Log On" tab.
By default, it runs under the Local System Account.
You will see a radio button that allows you to change the account.
You'll have to enter the accountname and password.
Then restart the service.
 
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