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challiwag
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Connector as a service ?

Hi guys
Any of you know if there is anyway to run the AD connector as a service, so say for example if the machine is rebooted it doesnt have to be logged on and the connector started back up again ?
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RE: Connector as a service ?

just set up a schedule for it, then that's what it will do.
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RE: Connector as a service ?

Thanks for the info, must admit, I always click run now and leaving it running, I had never looked at the schedule settings Smiley Surprised

So if the machine is logged out, the schedule will still kick in ?
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RE: Connector as a service ?

that's what the windows scheduler does wink
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RE: Connector as a service ?

You may need to set some of the scheduled tasks to run as a specific account. The default settings should be fine, but watch for "run only if logged on" and the options on "Settings" tab.
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RE: Connector as a service ?


Thanks for the headsup
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