Ubooquity as Windows Service via NSSM

RG9400 2 years ago updated by George Baker 2 years ago 1

I am trying to get ubooquity to work with NSSM on Windows 10, but I've had no luck. It works perfectly using the jar file, and I have created a shortcut to that in my startup folder. Unfortunately, it does not launch at boot, only when I log in, so I would still like to see how to get it to work as a Windows Service 

Try a program called AlwaysOn. This allows you to run any program as a service with auto start.