Specifies an alternate service name. If not specified the default value of "Fortitude HTTP" is used.
Note: The service name is used for process synchronization and must therefor be unique amongst all
running instances, even when running standalone.
||Specifies an alternate path for configuration files. This allows you to run many instances of FortitudeHTTP with various configurations. In this way you can also provide compartmentalization and/or fault tolerance.
||Specifies an alternate port number to bind the server management interface to.
||Disables the server's internal management interface and prevents the server from binding the management port.
||This parameter is passed to the server when it is run as a service from the Widnows Service Manager MMC and it's use is not supported outside of this scope.
||Forces the server to run as a standalone entity without running as a service.
||Deletes the service from the windows Services Manager.
||Starts the service.
||Starts the service without displaying any informational or error messages.
||Starts the service and displays verbose messages.
||Stops the service.
||Stops the service without displaying any informational or error messages.
||Stopps the service and displays verbose messages.