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Set Pulseway service to Automatic (Delayed-Start)


David
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Windows will sometimes refuse to start non-critical services on boot (eg. Pulseway), when resources are low. I've noticed a few Win7 machines have run for weeks without Pulseway being allowed to start. As the powershell cmdlet "Set-Service –Name –Computer -StartupType" doesn't seem to allow delayed-start, I'm using this script as a work-around. You'll need to manually stop the service before running this script and then manually re-start it afterwards.

I have NOT thoroughly tested this script and I take no credit or responsibility for it - it is something that I poached and re-factored and I'm not experienced in PowerShell.

Regards,

Delay PC Monitor service start.ps1

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