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Service Monitor Trigger

The Service Monitor Trigger fires when the state of a specific Windows Service changes. Enter or choose a Service that exists on your computer, and select for it to Trigger when that Service starts, pauses, or terminates.

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The Service Trigger, when fired, assigns values to two Trigger Variables that are made available to the Process:

%ServiceTriggerServiceName%, which will be filled with the name of the Service that Triggered the Process, and

%ServiceTriggerServiceState%, which will contain 'Running', 'Paused', or 'Stopped'.

As you can have as many Triggers as you want attached to the same Process, this would allow you to know which Service Trigger fired the Process, and why.