This one is pretty annoying. I remember once spending a lot of time on one case before I figured it out.
If you add an entry like to the end of the C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\services file:
where there is no line break after the “tcp”, then the raysat service won’t start and will report “Error 1092”.
But if you add a line break after the “tcp”, or add a # comment like this, then you can start the raysat service:
mi-raysatsi2012_3_9_1_44 7024/tcp #