126.96.36.199 RCreateServiceWOW64W (Opnum 45)
The RCreateServiceWOW64W method creates the service record for a 32-bit service on a 64-bit system with the path to the file image automatically adjusted to point to a 32-bit file location on the system.
DWORD RCreateServiceWOW64W( [in] SC_RPC_HANDLE hSCManager, [in, string, range(0, SC_MAX_NAME_LENGTH)] wchar_t* lpServiceName, [in, string, unique, range(0, SC_MAX_NAME_LENGTH)] wchar_t* lpDisplayName, [in] DWORD dwDesiredAccess, [in] DWORD dwServiceType, [in] DWORD dwStartType, [in] DWORD dwErrorControl, [in, string, range(0, SC_MAX_PATH_LENGTH)] wchar_t* lpBinaryPathName, [in, string, unique, range(0, SC_MAX_NAME_LENGTH)] wchar_t* lpLoadOrderGroup, [in, out, unique] LPDWORD lpdwTagId, [in, unique, size_is(dwDependSize)] LPBYTE lpDependencies, [in, range(0, SC_MAX_DEPEND_SIZE)] DWORD dwDependSize, [in, string, unique, range(0, SC_MAX_ACCOUNT_NAME_LENGTH)] wchar_t* lpServiceStartName, [in, unique, size_is(dwPwSize)] LPBYTE lpPassword, [in, range(0, SC_MAX_PWD_SIZE)] DWORD dwPwSize, [out] LPSC_RPC_HANDLE lpServiceHandle );
hSCManager: An SC_RPC_HANDLE (section 2.2.4) data type that defines the handle to the SCM database created using one of the open methods specified in section 3.1.4. The SC_MANAGER_CREATE_SERVICE access right MUST have been granted to the caller when the RPC context handle to the SCM was created.
lpServiceName: A pointer to a null-terminated UNICODE string that specifies the name of the service to install. This MUST NOT be NULL.
The forward slash, back slash, comma, and space characters are illegal in service names.
lpDisplayName: A pointer to a null-terminated UNICODE string that contains the display name by which user interface programs identify the service.
dwDesiredAccess: A value that specifies the access to the service. This MUST be one of the values as specified in section 3.1.4.
dwServiceType: A value that specifies the type of service. This MUST be one or a combination of the following values.
A driver service. These are services that manage devices on the system.
A file system driver service. These are services that manage file systems on the system.
Service that runs within its own process.
Service that shares a process with other services.
The service can interact with the desktop.
dwStartType: A value that specifies when to start the service. This MUST be one of the following values.
Starts the driver service when the system boots up. This value is valid only for driver services.
Starts the driver service when the system boots up. This value is valid only for driver services. The services marked SERVICE_SYSTEM_START are started after all SERVICE_BOOT_START services have been started.
Starts the service automatically during system startup.
Starts the service when a client requests the SCM to start the service.
Service cannot be started.
dwErrorControl: A value that specifies the severity of the error if the service fails to start and determines the action that the SCM takes. This MUST be one of the following values.
The SCM ignores the error and continues the startup operation.
The SCM logs the error, but continues the startup operation.
The SCM logs the error. If the last-known good configuration is being started, the startup operation continues. Otherwise, the system is restarted with the last-known good configuration.
The SCM SHOULD log the error if possible. If the last-known good configuration is being started, the startup operation fails. Otherwise, the system is restarted with the last-known good configuration.
lpBinaryPathName: A pointer to a null-terminated UNICODE string that contains the fully qualified path to the service binary file. The path MAY include arguments. If the path contains a space, it MUST be quoted so that it is correctly interpreted. For example, "d:\\my share\\myservice.exe" is specified as "\"d:\\my share\\myservice.exe\"".
lpLoadOrderGroup: A pointer to a null-terminated UNICODE string that names the load-ordering group of which this service is a member.
Specify NULL or an empty string if the service does not belong to a load-ordering group.
lpdwTagId: A pointer to a variable that receives a tag value. The value is unique to the group specified in the lpLoadOrderGroup parameter.
lpDependencies: A pointer to an array of null-separated names of services or load ordering groups that MUST start before this service. The array is doubly null-terminated. Load ordering group names are prefixed with a "+" character (to distinguish them from service names). If the pointer is NULL or if it points to an empty string, the service has no dependencies. Cyclic dependency between services is not allowed. The character set is Unicode. Dependency on a service means that this service can only run if the service it depends on is running. Dependency on a group means that this service can run if at least one member of the group is running after an attempt to start all members of the group.
dwDependSize: The size, in bytes, of the string specified by the dwDependSize parameter.
lpServiceStartName: A pointer to a null-terminated UNICODE string that specifies the name of the account under which the service runs.
lpPassword: A pointer to a null-terminated UNICODE string that contains the password of the account whose name was specified by the lpServiceStartName parameter.
dwPwSize: The size, in bytes, of the password specified by the lpPassword parameter.
lpServiceHandle: An LPSC_RPC_HANDLE (section 2.2.4) data type that defines the handle to the newly created service record.
Return Values: The method returns 0x00000000 (ERROR_SUCCESS) on success; otherwise, it returns one of the following error codes.
The SC_MANAGER_CREATE_SERVICE access right had not been granted to the caller when the RPC context handle to the SCM was created.
The handle specified is invalid.
The data is invalid.
A parameter that was specified is invalid.
The specified service name is invalid.
The user account name specified in the lpServiceStartName parameter does not exist.
A circular service dependency was specified.
The service record with a specified name already exists, and RDeleteService has been called for it.
The service record with the ServiceName matching the specified lpServiceName already exists.
The service record with the same DisplayName or the same ServiceName as the passed-in lpDisplayName already exists in the service control manager database.
The system is shutting down.
In response to this request from the client, for a successful operation the server MUST use the service name specified in the lpServiceName parameter to create a new service record in the SCM database and use the values from the appropriate parameters of the client request to update the attributes of this newly created service record.
The server MUST convert the location specified in the lpBinaryPathName parameter to point to the 32-bit location on a 64-bit system.
If the service is created successfully, the server MUST return a handle to the service in the lpServiceHandle parameter with the access rights associated with this handle as specified in the dwDesiredAccess parameter of the client request.
The only valid combinations of values for dwServiceType are SERVICE_INTERACTIVE_PROCESS and SERVICE_WIN32_OWN_PROCESS or SERVICE_INTERACTIVE_PROCESS and SERVICE_WIN32_SHARE_PROCESS. If the value of dwServiceType has more than one bit set and the combination of bits is not equal to SERVICE_INTERACTIVE_PROCESS and SERVICE_WIN32_OWN_PROCESS or SERVICE_INTERACTIVE_PROCESS and SERVICE_WIN32_SHARE_PROCESS, the server MUST fail the method and return the error ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER.
If lpBinaryPathName contains arguments, the server MUST pass these arguments to the service entry point.
If lpdwTagId has a valid value and lpLoadOrderGroup is either NULL or an empty string, then the server MUST return ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER.