applications, such as Microsoft Office 2010, require related services to run on
the user device. Beginning with version 6.0 of the profiler, services that are
required by applications are automatically installed with the application as
you create application profiles.
This feature requires that you create a whitelist of approved locations of
profiles in the registry of user devices. After you create the whitelist and
edit the registry for the user devices, only services from the approved
locations can be loaded and run on the user device. For these steps, see
Trusted Servers for Profiles and Services.
Based on its startup
type, a service runs in an isolation environment on the user device with the
application that requires it and continues until the session ends:
- Automatic start: These
services start automatically at logon and continue running until the user shuts
down or restarts the device.
- Manual start: These
services start when called by an application in the profile and continue
running until the application ends the service or the user shuts down or
restarts the device.
To view or modify
the services available for a target, from the profiler, from the
Edit menu, select
Services tab lists the services, their paths, logon
names, and start type.