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To deploy windows and batch services

Postby sagar » Tue Feb 18, 2014 1:19 pm

Please let us know if there is anything which is readily available to achieving the below 3 points through Deployment manager. Currently we are stuck in these kind of releases/deployments.

1.To deploy the windows/batch service (MSI/EXE).
1.To allow enter the username and password for windows service.
2.To schedule the windows/batch service at a particular time and day
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Postby james.billings » Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:49 pm

We don't really have built in support for these kind of things; but it may all be possible with some custom powershell scripts to help you.

An example Windows Service powershell is in this forum post. You should be able to customise it to also set a username and password - see here for an example.
These could be passed through from Deployment Manager as variables (variables are detailed here.
Finally, to schedule it, you could use the commandline for Deployment manager which is mentioned in this document
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