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Posted on 2006-07-24
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I have a web server running windows 2003.

I want to run a Game Server (never winter night) {it's not the problem, i can speak about all applications} it works well but when i disconnect myself from the server all application are closed.

So basically i need to log off/disconnect from the remote server and leave the application running, what i have to do?
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Question by:Denun
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by:MidnightOne
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Denun:

There's a couple of solutions:

1. Keep an account logged at the console in with the priviliges to run the application.

2. Run the program as a service.

You should be able to get SRVANY from Microsoft's web site. This should allow you to run the application as a service.

HTH

MidnightOne
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by:Denun
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the strange thing is that few months ago for deafult all program/application (even the explorer windows or internet explorer) worked after i was logged off, but after i asked to my ISP to solve a problem (the problem was that i can't connect bcose to many session open) now when i log off all the applications quit.
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by:Denun
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Keep an account logged at the console in with the priviliges to run the application

if i close remote desktop without logging off it says "ur application continue to works" or something like that, and for a short time works, after 20/30 minutes all application quit.
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MidnightOne earned 2000 total points
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Denun:

Sounds like a timeout on disconnected sessions is being enforced. IIRC< you can disable this in the local policy settings.

HAND

MidnightOne
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by:Denun
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thx, i'll try.

if i have problem i'll post again.

pls check for my future question.

bye :D
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