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i put the tomcat startup as windows startup service. but it requires login.
if the server gets down due to some power failure and start up again when gets the power then we have to login to the machine in order to start the tomcat startup service of windows.
is there anyway that windows start tomcat without logging in??
Using Windows 2003 professional.
Author and all-around good cowpoke
posted 11 years ago
If you install tomcat using the executable download you should be presented with the option to install as a service. It that worked properly, you should be able to see "Apache-tomcat" (or something close to that) listed in the Services dialog. Just change the startup for that service to "automatic" and it should work. Bill