coraphise wrote:I get why people would want to run PS3MS as a service... but why go through all the hassle?
I did some testing on my Windows 2003 Enterprise server, and had moderate success getting it to start all the time.
Then it occurred to me to try running this as a task.
I set this up as a Scheduled Task to run at boot time with the Admin log on, works beautifully. I suggest you check the task settings and make sure you disable things like "Stop this task if it runs for 72 hours".
devildog93 wrote:no you don't need it in the startup folder the way you did it. But the way I do it is much easier for the average user.
I just type:
"shell:startup" in Start menu
click it, it opens "startup" folder
right-click desktop PMS icon and copy
right-click and paste into "startup" folder
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