hop of those help? Redis listens the same way whether it runs as a service or process. Booksleeve connects the same way and shouldn't know the difference. If this is a new project, you may want to consider looking into StackExchange.Redis. It has succeeded Booksleeve and has the same people working on it. Typically you will want to pick the more active project and StackExchange.Redis is used here on StackOverflow.
I'm trying to import an external Redis database (.RDB file) on a Redis installation on Windows but the new data is not b
I wish did fix the issue. redis.windows-service.conf is meant to be run as a service/daemon. This means that it is meant to be run in the background and managed by the OS (started on reboot, restarted if it crashes, etc). And redis.windows.conf is meant to be run from the command line or a script and managed in user space.