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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by myran View Post
    YES! Now it works! Thank you very much!

    I used the Srvany instruktion http://www.tacktech.com/display.cfm?ttid=197

    Then added the AppDirectory string under Parameters and directed it to my install folder for the server.
    This TIP of AppDirectory saved my life! Thanks myran! The server was not running using Srvany without this little tip.

  2. #17
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    I use srvstart for just about everything. It works perfectly.

  3. #18
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    Under Windows 2008 srvany works ?

  4. #19
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    Last edited by Air SeaTac; December 28th, 2009 at 03:25 PM. Reason: Couldn't connect to TS3, found firewall set up wrong

  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grosminet75 View Post
    Under Windows 2008 srvany works ?
    Try it? It should work under 32-bit one for sure, and will likely work under 64-bit, as it is just a service program, not a driver.

  6. #21
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    I could not connect when i came back from standby.
    So i had to restart the service.(using Srvany).
    But it works with this script.

    '--------------------8<----------------------

    Set oShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell" )

    Set colMonitoredEvents = GetObject("winmgmts:" )._
    ExecNotificationQuery("Select * from Win32_PowerManagementEvent" )

    Do
    Set objLatestEvent = colMonitoredEvents.NextEvent

    Select Case objLatestEvent.EventType

    Case 4

    oShell.Run "NET STOP ts3", 1, False


    Case 7

    oShell.Run "NET START ts3", 0, False




    End Select
    Loop
    '--------------------8<----------------------

    Put it in a text file and name it for example ts3.vbs.
    Then put a shortcut in your autostart folder to that file..
    You might have to change ts3 in the script to the name you have for the service.

    Perhaps someboy can make the script better because i am a noob in scrips.
    Last edited by myran; January 3rd, 2010 at 10:48 AM.

  7. #22
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    So much trouble just for a windows service
    I realy think this must be asked at the end of the installation process !
    It's simply not normal that a server does not offer this possibility by default.

  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfchun View Post
    So much trouble just for a windows service
    I realy think this must be asked at the end of the installation process !
    It's simply not normal that a server does not offer this possibility by default.
    Thats the reason while i am still waiting and donīt spend any time in srvany or something else. I guess and hope, the boys here will include it into the installer....

  9. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by agbarbosa View Post
    This TIP of AppDirectory saved my life! Thanks myran! The server was not running using Srvany without this little tip.
    That TIP was very helpful for me too. The Service runs, but i've got the problem, that i can't connect to the ts3 server out of an active usersession of my windows server 2003.

    If i start the server-exe by hand (manually) the users connect without problems. But if i declare scheduled tasks or start ts3 as a service (without an active usersession) the process runs but no users are able to connect...

    The Port 9987UDP, 30033TCP and 2008TCP are open in firewall and router.

  10. #25
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    Make sure your server didn't died when you logged off the session after launching service.

  11. #26
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    I administrate the server via RDP (Remote Desktop). I only close the RDP session window. Then the usersession doesn't stop.

    So it's sure, the session stays open and the server is still available.

    My problem is, that users can't connect to the server while the service (ts3-process runs in the background without active usersession)...

  12. #27
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    Strange. I'm in same boat (I mean, 2003 ent. server) and my TS works well. Even right now.

  13. #28
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    For people that doesn't know how to make a Scheduled Task.

    Scheduled Task msc is launched by:
    1. Windows Key + R
    2. Enter "tasksch.msc" or "control schedtasks"
    3. "Ok"
    4. Create the task.
    5. Enjoy the sweet life

  14. #29
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    Hurray, it runs. I ordered a license-key-file, imported it and now my server runs via a scheduled task. I think the other users who have the same problem (with a scheduled task or a service) could try to order and import a license.

    Thanks to all who tried to help me.

  15. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBK0000 View Post
    5. Enjoy the sweet life
    ... until the next Windows update requiring a reboot ;-) ... I have a couple of servers running with scheduled tasks successfully (and they do start properly after Windows reboots). Unfortunately, TeamSpeak 3 doesn't seem to start properly that way :-(

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