Magnus Hagander wrote:
> > > >I know I'm going to go on some people's nerves, but it's necessary.
> > > >
> > > >With the current "run-as-non-admin" restriction the
> > windows installer
> > > >doesn't work, and it will probably be ridiculously
> > difficult to make
> > > >it work unless this restriction is redesigned.
> > >
> > > Not commenting on the other parts, but *huh*? The windows installer
> > > works just fine. It does require that you manually set up a
> > non-admin
> > > account, but it certainly *works*...
> > And you have to tell the system that user can start a service.
> Yes and no.
> The *service account* needs permissions to "Log On as a Service". It
> specifically does *NOT* need permission to start/stop services, or any
> other admin privileges.
Right, under Administrative Tools, Local Security, User Rights
Assignment, I added 'postgres' to "Log On as a Service".
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