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Hi,

We have 2003 server with SMS notification software installed in that server, when the server is logged off the SMS software stops working, so for this reason we are locking the server with admin login, but some times the server get logged off, so we are looking for two solutions:

1) How to know the server getting logged off automatically
2) If can do something so that if the server gets shall not be logged off after its locked by administrator.

Awaiting for your response,

Tanveer.
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Plz. if you can provide details information step by step.
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Seth Simmons earned 1500 total points
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what about running a terminal session to the server for the software to run?
if the console itself is logged off, the terminal session is still running
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by:tanveer_hussain
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To give more information there is services Get.exe in the task manager that has to be up & running. So when the server get logged off this services also gets down and makes the SMS application down, so is there any possiblity to make a script so that if the server logs off also this shall be working or there is any possiblity so that server if locked by administrator it shall not be log-off automatically by any chance.

Regards,

Tanveer..
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Sorry to be late ..
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