I agree with your interpretation and would try increasing the third
parameter by 128 and see what happens. Since you run very few services with
user logons these shouldn't be impacted.
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| But if I was hitting the 48MB Desktop Heap I wouldn't be able to change
| service login from LocalSystem to a domain account and start it correct?
| Which I can. I understand how with user accounts you can exhaust the 48MB
| desktop heap limit. But obviously LocalSystem works differently since I
| 120+ services running out of that account 120*512=61.5MBs. The KB you
| referred me to says "All services executed under the LocalSystem account
| Allow Service to interact with the desktop not selected share the desktop
| heap of the "Default" destop in the noninteractive service windows
| So the question seems to be what resource limit am I exhausting with my
| LocalSystem services and can it be modified? Is it the 512kb default
| heap allocated to the window station Service-0x0-3e7$? And if I increase
| that third value, I reduce the number of services I can run under a user
| account, but do I increase the number of services I can run with the
| LocalSystem account?