Till IE 9 we have successfully implemented a solution to start the grid
node (and the grid hub) via nssm <https://nssm.cc/> as windows services.
I know, this is not supported but has worked there.
We have upgraded now to IE 11, the start solution works there too.
1. But IE 11 under a service process now seems not allowed to run pages
2. Windows Task Scheduler taskschd.msc seems to have the same
Firefox works at least in the first Scenario, but our intranet browser is
set to IE and we have to test this.
Chrome seems to have a similar restriction as IE, but have not deeper
I have tried Jenkins selenium plugin, but this does install a Service too
to start Selenium Node on the Jenkins slave.
Several other available Solutions are based on Windows Services too: srvany
So how do you automatically start your remote nodes after a booting the
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