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Ok, the answer is via Powershell, but not with any of the regular SharePoint Powershell cmdlets. The way I got it to work was to create a custom Powershell cmdlet that took the server name as an input parameter, which then called my service instance class' constructor and added an instance to the specified server.


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What is your Service Application scoped to? If it is scoped to Web Applications, then it will never 'execute' on this server (because you've stopped the Web Application service, which you should never do anyways). If it is scoped to the Timer Service (as an example), then it will execute on any server in the farm, and so forth. SAs don't have a particular ...



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