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Running "HP Web Jetadmin" just as a service

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HP Web Jetadmin
Microsoft Windows Server 2019
Hello together, today I have another question about the Program "HP Web Jetadmin". I am running the Program "HP Web Jetadmin" with my user account on a "Windows Server 2019" system. The problem is, that my user account has to be logged on for the whole time, to keep the program opened up. I don't want that, because also other users should operate with the program and the settings I have configured. And my account should not be logged on for the whole time. So I am asking myself if it is possible, that I run the program "HP Web Jetadmin" as a service, that is running on the server, without any person logged on. The service should be able to receive all the alerts, send all the notifications, collect all data and create all the reports. And that without the fact, that I have to keep the program opened up. I hope, that somebody can help me with this. I also would be happy about other suggestions to solute this question. Yours sincerely, SAM_N
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