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is it possible to start these tools as a service in windows?
Thx for all answers in advance!
I've used NSSM (http://nssm.cc/download) in the past which is a small tool used to create Windows services from any executable. I tested it with my install of ConfigAdvisor on Windows 10 and it seemed to work just fine.
I tried to get it working this way before - but It does not start the child processes this way. I decided to go the Linux way now - because there the "Hosted" option is documented.
Thx for your answer anyway
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