Sometimes there are copies of the services file under the "etc" directory. Make sure that the file is the correct...
one (no extensions) and that it's located under %%systemroot%%system32driversetc.
The entry should read:
If you still have problems I recommend that you re-install your SAPGUI. The setup program should put the necessary entries in the "services" file for you.
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