Application As Service 184.108.40.206
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Application As Service 22.214.171.124 With Application as Service you can easily run any application or program executable as Windows service.
If you need to run some Windows application as a service, Application as Service can do that for you. This software tool makes it easy to take full advantage of the Windows services technology, all without necessity of modifying your program.
Among the benefits offered by Application as Service are very low CPU usage, custom environment variables, application monitoring, detailed event logging, and so on. This software tool provides an intuitive graphic user interface; besides, it can be easily configured via command line, either manually or from your application.
This system utility allows launching any applications (32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista service at system boot, without the need of a user session.
Application as Service lets you create, view, edit and manage Windows services on any remote computer as well as on local one.
- Maximize up-time of your application. Turning any program into a Windows service has never been easier as no programming skills are needed for using Application as Service. Now you can restart your application automatically in case of a crash or after a power cut (and thus ensure maximum up-time of your critical software), monitor the status of your application and schedule its launching.
- Manage your services locally or remotely. Application as Service lets you easily create and manage services, even on a remote computer. Moreover, you can handle multiple remote locations simultaneously.
- Launch applications whenever & however you need. Application as Service lets you launch applications manually or automatically. You may want to run some programs under a specific user account. You can even start programs prior to user logon (even before the Windows Logon screen is shown).
- Use Application as Service in a comfortable way. Application as Service's user-friendly GUI lets you easily grasp the multiple configuration options offered by this tool and makes installing and launching your program as a Windows service as simple as possible. If you are an experienced user, you may find Application as Service's command line even more convenient.
- Launch it as a Windows service (32-bit and 64-bit applications are fully supported on Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista);
- Launch it at system boot, i.e. before user logon (useful for keyloggers, surveillance utilities, etc.), or even run it in absence of any user session at all;
- Launch it on a specific date or at a specific time (useful for backup utilities, reminders, etc.);
- Run it locally or on a remote computer (over the Internet or LAN) while fully controlling its execution;
- Have it automatically restarted in case of a crash or after a power cut (useful for client/server utilities, database applications, etc.) automatically;
- Launch it only after specific Windows services are started (e.g., on which it is dependent), or start other applications before or after its launching;
- Run it with specific user rights and process priority;
- Maximize its uptime by having the execution errors recorded to the Event Log and by restarting it automatically in case of malfunction;
- Use standard input/output automatic redirection to files;
- Run multiple processes in the same service context.
- Run any application (32/64-bit and console ones) as Windows service
- Create and manage native system services in few clicks
- Easily connect to remote PC over local network or Internet and manage all remote services like your own
- Run application before users login into their accounts
- Run your application interactively (visible to users) or silently
- Schedule your service to run at the exact time and periodically on the defined day of the week/month/year
- Minimize downtime by auto-restarting application once it is crashed
- Advanced service dependencies mechanism allows you to run applications at the certain order
- Define Load Order Group which your application belongs to
- Restrict/grant your application with execution rights by specifying user account name under which it is run
- On-the-fly service start-up type customization
- Gracefully close console and Windows applications
- Close various pop-up windows that your application might display
- Specify the process priority for your application (Real time/High/Above normal/Normal/Below normal/Low)
- Define CPU binding for multi-processor PCs
- Conveniently supply additional options and system environment variables for console and Windows applications
- Run additional programs prior to the service startup, program start, stop or just after the service shutdown
- Redirect STDIN, STDOUT and STDERROR streams to or from the file for console application
- Specify desktop on which you would like your application to run as service
- Take all benefits of multi-processor, multi-thread and 64-bit platforms
- Works under Virtual Machines (VMWare and so on)
- Use XML configuration file to install the service
- Windows NT 4.x
- Windows 2000
- Windows XP x32
- Windows XP x64
- Windows 2003 x32
- Windows 2003 x64
- Windows Vista x32
- Windows Vista x64
- Windows 2008 x32
- Windows 2008 x64
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