After installing a new application in Windows XP that runs as a service, you notice that the documentation requires that the service use a different set of credentials than the current user. Where can you find the Windows Services configuration options that will allow you to make this change?
A) Control Panel / Services
B) Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Services
C) All Programs / Accessories / Services
D) All Programs / Accessories / System Tools / Services
E) The search for services outweighs the needs of the many
The answer: B) Control Panel / Administrative Tools / Services
The Services configuration options allow you to start and stop services, change their startup behavior, configure Log On credentials, and much more.
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