FireDaemon Pro is a system utility that allows you to install and run any 32-bit or 64-bit application or script (EXE, DLL, BAT CMD, .NET, Perl, Java, Python, TCL/TK) as a Windows service. FireDaemon Pro features easy service configuration via the GUI or command line, a low memory and CPU overhead, subprocess prioritization, custom environments, scheduling, popup closing, CPU binding, stdout and stderr capture, crash, flap and fail monitoring plus extensive logging to the event log and on-disk log files. FireDaemon Pro services can be run as LocalSystem, local and domain users. Network drives can be mapped via the Pre/Post Service eventing system. Email alarms can be generated by integrating with third party tools when service state changes are detected. Additionally, FireDaemon Pro allows you to view, edit and manage Windows services. FireDaemon Pro, when integrated with FireDaemon Fusion facilitates the control and management FireDaemon and Windows services via your web browser, iPad or iPhone. FireDaemon Pro is fully skinable - allowing you to the change buttons, icons and text strings in the GUI and CLI. FireDaemon Pro service definitions can be imported and exported allowing you to replicate service configurations across multiple machines. FireDaemon Pro is used extensively to run dedicated game servers, Java application servers, web servers, chat/messaging servers, scientific and various business productivity applications. FireDaemon Pro/OEM is available to integrators and managed service providers who wish to embed FireDaemon Pro in their product or platform.
Improvements and bug fixes.
New command line options, Job Type default settings, entire hive is loaded when app is run as a user, consistent file/folder browsing dialogs, various minor bug fixes and improvements
8, 8.1, 2012, 2012 R2 support, pre-Shutdown notifications, managed service accounts, switch to session 0, Windows open debug log from GUI, support for unlimited cores, background service start/stops, rapid service termination, refreshed UI, continuous log file flushing, Fusion compatibility update
Unicode support, new command line options, environment variables used in paths, FireDaemon Fusion compatibility update, minor bugs fixes and documentation updates.