We are having a significant problem utilizing RQM in a VMWare Server environment.
We login to the VMWare ESX Server via Remote Desktop with a Windows 2003 Server image. Launch RQM which brings up the foreground window and launches the webserver and associated services. We then disconnect from the server leaving the user logged in.
The only problem is that our servers are set to "clean up" dead Terminal Server sessions after 48 hours of inactivity. This means every 48 hours, our logged in user with RQM running in the foreground is autologged off, effectively crashing the server.
Since it is VMWare, there is no "console" to login to, and the only way we access the server is via Remote Access.
Is there a documented procedure for installing the RQM Server to run as Windows Services so that no user has to be using a Terminal Server session to launch the server?
Thanks in advance for your help.
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Re: Running RQM as a Service2009-03-17T21:28:07ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I have the same problem. There doesn't seem to be any information about how to install RQM as a Service. This thread is not marked as a question, but would someone please answer it anyway?
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Re: Running RQM as a Service2009-06-30T19:42:25ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Could you please forward the link to the whitepaper that discusses running RQM as a service? I need to configure this immediately.