Application as Service is an advanced system utility which lets you not only to run any application program executable as Windows service but to create and manage system services locally or on any remote computer as well, benefiting from all of the advantages native Windows services provide: run locally or on remote PC over network or Internet, run at specific time or date (backup utility, scheduler, etc), restart on power failures or application crashes (client-server utilities, databases, etc) automatically, run at the predefined order (follows the service it depends upon), start prior to user logon (monitoring tools, surveillance utilities, etc) and even above the WinLogon screen (not in Vista, sorry), run on the desktop which you specify (screensaver, etc), and be executed with specified user rights and priority.
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If you're like most people, you've never thought of running your applications as Windows services. In fact, if you're like most people, you don't know what a Windows service is. And if you're like most people, Application As Service isn't for you.
On the other hand, if this sort of program is exactly what you need, Application As Service offers a well-designed multilevel interface that becomes intuitive after a few uses. It's easy to make applications restart after failure or to have them start along with Windows, at specific times, or prior to user logon. To install an application as a service, you merely browse for the executable file and define its service name, display name, and description.
When setting up a service, you can specify its order group, life-cycle behavior, output capture, dependencies for sequence of execution, and more. Application As Service includes a comprehensive help file, but it's written for intermediate to advanced users. System administrators are the target audience of this 14-day trial.
- nice and very intuitive interface
- remote control and managing are great!
- love the scheduling!
- the possibility of managing additional programs
- restarting mechanism
I use this software for a half a year and yet haven't had any problems
So, as I've already said in pros - I like the interface of Application as Service. You know exactly where to go or which button to press even when using this software at first.
I think that the managing of services/applications is perfectly o...
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