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C# Windows Service Failure Restart

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HJ
The Windows platform provides a mechanism to
automatically restart a service when a failure occurs in
the 'Recovery' tab in the services panel. It allows you
to specify actions on first, second and subsequent
failures.

My question is this: How does my C# service indicate to
windows that it is stopping because of a failure, so I
can use the built-in Windows failure mechanism?

Thanks,
-- HJ

Nov 15 '05 #1
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