Windows service monitoring

Windows service monitoring

When Windows NT was first introduced, it brought with it the "Windows service" - background tasks that run even when no logged on user is present. Windows itself, as well as many other applications like the Sentry-go monitor are implemented, in part or fully, as Windows services, with some being started automatically when the system boots up. Without them, functions such as printing, logging on, databases, e-mail, web sites etc. won't function, or some of their functionality will be lost.

Auto-responses

Its therefore extremely important for key services to remain running at all times, in order for the server and the software it supports to perform correctly. Using Sentry-go service monitoring, you can do just that - 24 x 7.

Features

  • One-click monitoring of all "auto-start" services on the local server or PC
  • Select & monitor any Windows service on the local server or PC 
  • Automatically restart services
  • Alert on failure, or on restart
  • Access service information & control status direct from your web browser

 

 

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