"Dave Page" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk> writes:
> Well, that's kinda the point. If you are a hacker who has local admin
> privs (not exactly unusual on Windows networks - in some cases Power
> User group membership is required to run legacy software), you *cannot*
> run PostgreSQL except as a service, thus potentially making it a show
> stopper for those users.
So? I don't follow why "run it as a service" isn't a sufficient answer,
and indeed the preferred way to do it.
regards, tom lane
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