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So I am trying to run bitcoin daemon as a service on windows 10, so I don't have to keep starting it.

I have tried the following command:

sc create BitcoinServer binpath= "C:\Program Files\Bitcoin\daemon\bitcoind.exe -regetest" start=auto 

Which creates a service, but when I try to start that, I get an error:

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Is there any way to create a bitcoind regetest service?

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    I think you need to add -daemon to your command in order for this to work. Also, you have -regetest in your command which implies that you want to use the Regression Test network (regtest). Besides the fact that you have spelled it incorrectly (it should be -regtest), regtest is not the same as mainnet (the main Bitcoin network) and I don't think that is necessarily what you want to do. Because you have spelled it incorrectly, you will be using the mainnet.

    • That was a typo. Also, for some reason, I cannot run -daemon "-daemon is not allowed on this host machine" – Nate Nov 1 '17 at 13:57
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      Hmm, that's strange. Have you also tried the instructions here: bitcoin.org/en/full-node#windows-10 (in particular the "Start Your Node At Boot" section)? – Andrew Chow Nov 1 '17 at 18:25
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      Error: -daemon is not supported on this operating system – Dmitry Gusarov May 31 '18 at 9:11

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