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SrvMgrC B1

the ultimate Windows service manager.


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SrvMgrC is a System Utilities software developed by ML Software Publications. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SrvMgrC:

SrvMgrC® is a Windows .NET Framework® based application designed to provide all the service management functions not readily available in the Windows® operating system.

General Features:
- Leverage any existing program and run it as Windows® service.
- Create, control, edit and delete standard Windows® Services.
- Detailed event logging.
- Small memory footprint and insignificant cpu usage.
- Comprehensive scheduling to run the service at any specific time and/or on a cyclic schedule, and optionally for a set amount of time.
- Error recovery Compliments built-in Service Control Manager (SCM) recovery options.
- Support for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows® Operating Systems.
- Fully integrates with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
- Significantly more powerful than simple operating system tools such as srvany.
- Cost effective alternative to more expensive management tools such as FireDaemon®.

What are the advantages of running your program as a Windows® Service?

Without modifying your existing application you gain:

- The ability to run your program without logging on.
- Safe and secure persistence across multiple, potentially different, users logging on.
- Fine grained error recovery:
Including automatic restarts of the program or system.
Additional cleanup program.
Email notification of the problem.
- Detailed environment control:
Including Environment Variables.
CPU affinity.
Process priority.
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