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I get this error - "The specified network password is not correct"

Hello All,

I wrote a .dll that programatically maps two network drives and copies files
from one drive to the other. The .dll works fine when using an .exe to call
the .dll. When I call the .dll with a Windows Service I get the following
error - "The specified network password is not correct". This makes no sense
as both the .exe and the Windows Service are both run from my machine. I
also specify my domain account/password in the "Logon As" property of the
Service. I assume this means that the Service is running as me for the most
part just lilke the .exe is.

Any ideas what could be wrong?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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The exe is being run as you while the windows service is user
yourmachinename/ASPNET. That's the difference.
-- Abe

"CLEAR-RCIC" wrote:
Hello All,

I wrote a .dll that programatically maps two network drives and copies files
from one drive to the other. The .dll works fine when using an .exe to call
the .dll. When I call the .dll with a Windows Service I get the following
error - "The specified network password is not correct". This makes no sense
as both the .exe and the Windows Service are both run from my machine. I
also specify my domain account/password in the "Logon As" property of the
Service. I assume this means that the Service is running as me for the most
part just lilke the .exe is.

Any ideas what could be wrong?

Jul 21 '05 #2
Thanks.

"AbeR" wrote:
The exe is being run as you while the windows service is user
yourmachinename/ASPNET. That's the difference.
-- Abe

"CLEAR-RCIC" wrote:
Hello All,

I wrote a .dll that programatically maps two network drives and copies files
from one drive to the other. The .dll works fine when using an .exe to call
the .dll. When I call the .dll with a Windows Service I get the following
error - "The specified network password is not correct". This makes no sense
as both the .exe and the Windows Service are both run from my machine. I
also specify my domain account/password in the "Logon As" property of the
Service. I assume this means that the Service is running as me for the most
part just lilke the .exe is.

Any ideas what could be wrong?

Jul 21 '05 #3

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