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Our Software is TAA Compliant
What is the TAA? TAA refers to the Trade Agreements Act (19 U.S.C. & 2501-2582), which was enacted by the U.S. government in 1979 to foster fair and open international trade. The TAA requires that the U.S. Government acquire “U.S. … Continue reading
Q&A: Why can’t AlwaysUp Open the Netman Service?
Hi Team, AlwaysUp can start Thunderbird as a Windows Service and it runs without any problems. But I always get the following warnings: Unable to ensure that networking components are running: Netman: Unable to open the service: Zugriff verweigert. AlwaysUpService … Continue reading
Getting ready for Windows 11
Microsoft will release Windows 11 on October 5 2021. As a member of the Windows Insider program, we’ve had the opportunity to test drive the new operating system for the past couple of months. Our verdict? Windows 11 provides a … Continue reading
Q&A: How Do I Restore Access Rights to My Windows Service?
I have installed Service Security Editor and accidentally DENY one particular service for all users, including local administrator on my laptop. Now I am not able to start the service although I have tried to open from Service Security Editor. … Continue reading
Q&A: How do I allow Non-Admins to Start/Stop/Restart my AlwaysUp Windows Services?
I’m wanting to know what permissions a user is required to have in order to stop and start AlwaysUp services. Is there a way to grant access to specific users as I don’t want to have to give them full … Continue reading
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