Run app as Windows service. Install Windows executable, exe, VBS, BAT, JS app as service.


Exe To Service 3.3

 

By converting a program to a service, you maintain full control over its execution, you do not allow a logged in user to interact with this program and you can run it in any security context regardless of the permissions granted to the current user.

OS: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/x64 Edition
File Size: 3.44 MB
License: free to try

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Exe To Service allows you to install any Windows executable, VBS or JS script as a service. Windows services are background processes that do not interfere with the logged in user's environment. Windows services are controlled by the Service Control Manager. You can start them on boot before the user logs on and control their execution remotely. Exe To Service also installs a simple service scheduler. Thus, you can also start services at a specified time.

You may want to install long-running mission-critical programs as services. By converting them to services, you maintain full control over their execution, you do not allow a logged in user to interact with these programs, and you can run them in any security context regardless of the permissions granted to the currently logged user.

Administrators and users get the following solutions together with Exe To Service:

  • It is possible to control services on all computers at once (with the domain administrator rights), i.e. install, stop, start them, etc.
  • It does not matter if a user is logged on to the system, a service is started at system startup and runs under the system account.
  • Services can be started without interaction with the desktop, i.e. the currently logged in user will not notice anything. A guest on a computer cannot stop a service.
  • Services are controlled from one place.
  • Services can be exported and started on any other computer.
  • Exe To Service is a perfect tool for those who cannot create services themselves because it allows them to convert not only .exe files, but also .bat, .vbs (VBScript) and .js (JS scripts) files into services.