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* Background (in the foreground it will handle user inputs and dialogs):
* Is a windows service which:
* is a local process
* is started if you install it
* will be stopped if you uninstall it
* is started automatically if you install a program which calls its installation routine
* runs only once per computer
The process being started is:
* A custom executable, registered as a service (service installer),
* which registers itself (registered with SrvAny) as the start menu entry
* and/or as a Windows service (SrvAny installed as a windows service)
The expected behavior for the user:
* after the first installation, the startup window will pop up
* after the second installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the third installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the fourth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the fifth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the sixth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the seventh installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the eighth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the ninth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the tenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the eleventh installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twelfth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the thirteenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the fourteenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the fifteenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the sixteenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the seventeenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the eighteenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the nineteenth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twentieth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twenty-first installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twenty-second installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twenty-third installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twenty-fourth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twenty-fifth installation, the startup window will pop up,
* after the twenty-six
Simple Service (Final 2022)
The Service starts the application/executable file at the system startup.
The application is available even when the computer is in Sleep mode.
SrvAny comes with complete documentation with examples and sample codes to get started with it.
Services like this one are very useful in the events of a computer crash or auto-restart.
So far, I have used a simple batch file like this to run my SrvAny that doesn’t require a GUI:
“%ProgramFiles%\SrvAny\SrvAny.exe” -a -P c:\myapp.srv
But with this code I can’t be sure that the executable file will be in the same path every time when I run the batch file.
That’s why I started looking for a way to install the SrvAny executable file and start it in any path.
Here is what I came up with to make the installation and start the executable file after it is installed.
call srvany.bat -install
srvany -s -o c:\myapp.srv
This way I have an executable file in any path and it also starts the application at the system startup.
I also updated the batch file to extract an exe file compressed with 7-zip to the temporary folder and then delete it so that it doesn’t create a corrupt exe file on the hdd:
call srvany.bat -install
srvany -s -o c:\temp\myapp.srv
del /q c:\temp\myapp.srv
So far, I can’t find a working solution of running an executable file in any path and being sure that it will start at the system startup.
I’ve added the code above as a working example.
As I am using the newer version of SrvAny (v184.108.40.206) to make the service, I was not able to make this working with version 220.127.116.11 (the one that I had with my Windows XP) but I found a solution to make this working with the newer version.
Instead of a batch file, I am now using a python script that checks if the executable file is installed and starts the application if not. Also, I have changed the way it is installed so that the exe file is an icon in the
Simple Service Crack+ [Win/Mac]
The service runs the exe (cmd line application) at startup for 20 seconds, waits 10 seconds, and repeats.
Simple Service Script
AutoIt version 3.01 or higher is used.
This script will take as input:
* ServiceName – Name of the service
* ServiceExePath – Full path to exe. Path must be absolute, but relative paths will work
* ServiceDelay – How long to delay seconds after service is first activated before it repeats.
* Repeats – How many times to repeat.
1. Install service by double clicking (or running) the exe.
2. Open Simple Service (single click)
3. Make sure you have your AutoIt Scripting Pack for Windows 3.0 or later installed.
4. Run Simple Service (or open the.exe associated with the service you installed)
5. Wait until the service is running. (The startup delay for windows services is very brief)
6. Log out by closing your AutoIt Windows service
7. Open Simple Service to automatically restart the service if it crashes.
8. If you want to start the service at startup, go to the services manager and double-click on the service, and select the startup tab.
9. Click the “Startup type:” combo box and select “Automatic (Delayed Start)”.
10. Click the checkbox to automatically start the service at startup. The service is now up and running at startup.
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What’s New in the Simple Service?
The package contains the GUI of the tool “SrvAny”.
The package “SrvAny” can be used with SrvAny.exe.
The gui can be started when pressing a button and stopping a running service.
The service can be deactivated and activated again, not pausing the service.
The service can be restarted and already running services can be stopped.
The service can be monitored by appending command line parameters (e.g. –monitor, –monitor2, etc.).
The application has been written in Delphi.
Since SrvAny is a zipped up executable it can be automated.
The script has been written for Delphi XE.
The application contains three files:
As you can see, the application’s structure is relatively simple.
The gui is packed inside an archive.
At runtime the application will unpack the archive and the gui will be run.
It will save all the settings inside the srvany.ini file, that’s the only place where you can change the settings of the application.
You can use it to create, start, stop, monitor, monitor2 and restart services.
The script is written in python and can be automated by SCP and other generic Linux tools.
The main script can be found under the directory “scripts” and the application’s executable under the directory “bin”.
We created a shell script to start the service.
It can be used to start the service, stop the service, restart the service, monitor the service, monitor2 the service, etc.
The service (called “MyService”) will show a window for more than a day and the background is a calender screen from yesterday.
It will be very easy to start the service with different options and different format, for example:
Note: This is an example to check if the service is running.
In this case the service will only start.
The service will not stop and will not start again.
SrvAny.exe will be deactivated and service started.
Note: This is an example to check if the service
System Requirements For Simple Service:
OS: Windows 7 64-bit or later.
Processor: Dual Core (2.4 GHz)
RAM: 4 GB
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 1 GB available space
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