Print this page
Friday, 07 September 2012 07:55

EA as an unattended Windows Service on Windows Server 2008R2 and higher

Written by
Rate this item
(2 votes)

Running EA on a Server can be very helpful for Integration or Build Server Purposes.

In an older Blog Post we documented how to do it for Windows 2003 Server - this way doesn't work any more.

In Windows Server 2008R2 Microsoft introduced Session-0 security – easy explanation: so it becomes much harder for interactive service to run as Local System and interact with users.

If you want to run EA (an interactive app) as an unattended Windows Service (as an interactive service) you have to do some strange steps to achieve it. Follow the Version 1.0 of the attached whitepaper to make it happen again

Read 9452 times Last modified on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 05:19
danielsiegl

Daniel Siegl

LieberLieber Software GmbH (Chief Executive Officer)

Daniel Siegl, since 2006 Head of Development and since August 2009 Managing Director of LieberLieber Software GmbH [www.lieberlieber.com]. He is the driver behind LieberLieber efforts in making AMUSE a highly valuable tool for the Sparx Systems EA Community. LieberLieber has been dealing with MDSD since its foundation and develops plug-ins and customer-specific interfaces and extensions for Enterprise Architect from Sparx Systems. In addition LieberLieber develops tailor-made software solutions in the Automotive, Aeronautics/Defense, Banking/Insurance and the Gaming Industry.

blog.lieberlieber.com

Latest from danielsiegl

1 comment

Login to post comments