Continuously running Crucible HTTP Web Server on Windows

I have Crucible installed on a windows server and everything works fine when the run batch file is executed. However because the HTTP web server is running under a user account it stops when the system is rebooted or the user's session is closed. Is there a way to run this on IIS or what's the best way to run it so that it's not dependant on a user account.

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You can run FishEye and/or Crucible as a Windows service.
See http://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=91554194 for complete instructions.

I have it running as a service now but it's seems unstable. It runs for some time and then fails.

Wild guess is that you're running out of memory.
Check the wrapper.log for any errors.
If there are indeed memory errors, have a look at http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHKB/Fix+Out+of+Memory+errors+by+increasing+available+memory.

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