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Readers will learn how to run the UniFi controller software as a Windows service.
Windows services are often useful since they are “background” applications which don’t require any attention from the end-user. In this way, the service will launch upon startup, without any intervention from the user. The service is a direct replacement/substitute for running the controller program manually (via the icon or a scheduled task), so there is no need to run the controller application if you’re running it as a Windows service.
Steps – How to Run the Controller as a Windows Service
User Notes & Tips
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- Switching to a service means you have to open up ports on your windows firewall. The ports the UniFi controller uses are listed in our UniFi – Ports Used article. If you would like to learn how to change ports, see our UniFi – Change Default Ports for Controller and UAPs article.
- There have been users who couldn’t start the installed UniFi service until both x86 and x64 Java was installed (on an x64 machine). Help us verify this solution by sending us an email with the Give Feedback button below if you were experiencing this issue and this tip fixed it.