Windows Services set to Automatically start

I'm looking into what the best practices are for starting Appian services automatically on server bootup. From my experience this is not a very good thing to have setup as the engine statuses need to be checked prior to starting up the Appian Search Service and Jboss. I can't find any documentation on the playbook or installation instructions about this. 

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  • You can write Appian standalone control script (batch/shell) to start the appian services and enable this script at boot run (windows/linux).
    Script will incorporates following steps
    1. Start appian services
    2. Verify engines are up and running good executing checkengine script
    3. Start search server
    4. Verify search server process is up
    5. Start jboss server
    6. Verify jboss (application server) running good
    I did this exercise in linux server and enable the shell script at boot run.
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  • You can write Appian standalone control script (batch/shell) to start the appian services and enable this script at boot run (windows/linux).
    Script will incorporates following steps
    1. Start appian services
    2. Verify engines are up and running good executing checkengine script
    3. Start search server
    4. Verify search server process is up
    5. Start jboss server
    6. Verify jboss (application server) running good
    I did this exercise in linux server and enable the shell script at boot run.
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