Bethel_Ademowore_967

Start Linux Service Manager automatically after reboot?

Discussion created by Bethel_Ademowore_967 on May 30, 2017
Latest reply on Sep 19, 2017 by Karina_Mankauskas_553
Using Service Manager in Linux is relatively new for me, so I hope the answer is a simple one.
I've noticed that after our Linux boxes reboot, I have to log in and manually start the Service Manager so that we can get the agent running. Am I missing something? In windows, Service Manager starts automatically at boot. How do I enable this in Linux?
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