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Support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 Ending in January 2020

After more than a decade in the trenches, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will no longer be supported. Microsoft will stop issuing updates for those operating systems on Tuesday January 14, 2020. I’m still running Windows 7/Server 2008: … Continue reading

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Q&A: How Do I See the Output/Traceback From my Python Windows Service?

  We’re using AlwaysUp to run a Python program as a service. Do you have any recommendations about logging? Ideally I would see the output of the python program as if it were run in command line, to see the traceback … Continue reading

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Q&A: How do I Rename my Application/Service in AlwaysUp?

  I’m a long-time user of AlwaysUp. Can I rename a service? — Bonnie Hi Bonnie. Unfortunately you can’t rename an application in AlwaysUp. This is because the underlying Windows Services API (which AlwaysUp employs to work its magic) simply does … Continue reading

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