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Introducing the AlwaysUp Troubleshooter: Helping you configure your application as a Windows Service

AlwaysUp Troubleshooter

We are happy to announce the availability of the AlwaysUp Troubleshooter – our online, step-by-step guide to help you identify and resolve the most common problems encountered when configuring your application as a windows service.

The troubleshooter is very easy to use and is packed with illustrative screenshots and helpful tips to quickly guide you to a successful outcome. However, if your issue is complex and demands more than can be achieved in that format, the interview ends with a summary of what has been learned and a contact form that makes it easy to engage our support team for additional help.

So if you are having difficulty setting up your application, script or batch file as a windows service with AlwaysUp, click here to start troubleshooting now!.

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4 Responses to Introducing the AlwaysUp Troubleshooter: Helping you configure your application as a Windows Service

  1. Gregory Stubbs says:

    Always Up is not running our program that is using selenium and python to fill with an internet explorer webpage. Additionally does session 0 allow for internet explorer to work ?

  2. Core Technologies Consulting says:

    Hi Gregory.

    Yes — Internet Explorer should work fine in Session 0. Just make sure to set the appropriate user account on the AlwaysUp Logon tab so that IE can find your configuration/settings.

    But the devil will be in the details. Please send the information in this article to our support team so that they can review your situation and provide you with the best advice.

  3. Praful shrestha says:

    Hello. I am trying to use AlwaysUo to map a network drive using a batch file. AlwaysUp dashboard says “unable to start the appliction: “c:\Mapnetworkdrive.bat” existed immediately after it was started”. The batch file works well to map a network. Any help will be greatly apprciated. Thanks.

  4. Hi Praful.

    Do you only want to map a network drive? Nothing else?

    If that’s all, you probably don’t need AlwaysUp. You can implement that mapping with a scheduled task.

    Please contact our support team with the details of your situation and we’ll help you get set up.

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