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How to delay start of EM after reboot?

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The service can be set to delayed start, however you will see an error message when the Guard loads and the service isn't running.

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Ok, I will give it a try:

Delay will be done by EAM registry entry or by windows service configuration with choosing 'automatic-delayed'?

 

@hackerman1: Winroute-firewall: There is a .cmd-batch executed 35 seconds after system reboot. It begins with:

timeout /T 35 /nobreak
net use * /delete /Y
...

Executing stops after the 35sec countdown, system freezes...

Without EAM all works as expected.

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Delay will be done by EAM registry entry or by windows service configuration with choosing 'automatic-delayed'?

By setting the service Startup type to Automatic (Delayed Start).

Note that you will most likely need to remove the registry entry that starts a2guard.exe and create a scheduled task to do it 2 or 3 minutes after login (depending on how long it takes the service to start). If a2guard.exe tries to execute before the service is running, it will error out.

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