The System Services page allows users and administrators to view and manage the system's built-in Windows services.
Windows Services List
All built-in Windows services installed on the system are listed. The columns of the services list are as follows:
Note: The services list is visible only if the user has been granted access rights to this page.
|Name||The display name of the service.|
|Description||The description of the service.|
|Status||The current status of the FireDaemon service.|
The status can be Running or Stopped.
|Startup Type||The startup type of service.|
The type can be Automatic (Delayed Start), Automatic, Manual, Disabled.
|Log On As||The name of the user account under which the service is running.|
|PID||The process ID (PID) of the service.|
|Memory||The private working set memory utilization of the service.|
The column is blank if the service is not running.
Click on an entry in the services list to bring up the Edit Properties page for that service.
The steps, layout and functions available for creating and editing a Windows service are the same as those in the FireDaemon Pro GUI. For details, refer to FireDaemon Pro User Interface
This services list is paginated. The number of services displayed on each page can be changed using the Show NN Entries control.
Click on any of the column headings in the services list to sort columns in ascending or descending order.
An individual service can be started, stopped, restarted, resumed, paused or edited by positioning the mouse pointer over its entry in the services list and then selecting the appropriate action from the service toolbar.
Note: While it is possible to modify a Windows service, this is strongly discouraged, as changing a system service can compromise the correct functioning of the system.