If you'd like to have a user or application flow configured as a specific mount-point which survives system reboots and starts automatically, you can setup LucidLink client to run as a Windows service. 

You can start/stop your service through Windows Service Manager and have it depend on additional services and applications.  

Please consult the following steps from our command line interface with  lucid help service   

Lucid service [--status]
Lucid service --install
Lucid service --uninstall
Lucid service --start
Lucid service --stop

Manage the Lucid service - requires Windows Administrator privileges (run commands from Administrator console)

Once lucid is running, use lucid link command to link to a file space. When running as a service,options to lucid link will be securely persisted in the OS. If the service is restarted any previously persisted link options are automatically reused.


    [--status]               Display information about the current state of the Lucid service
    --install                Install Lucid as a service
    --uninstall              Uninstall Lucid as a service
    --start                  Start Lucid service.
    --stop                   Stop Lucid service

Example usage will be that you open a command prompt with Run as Administrator to install and start the service:

lucid service --install
Lucid has been successfully registered as a service.

lucid service --start
Starting Lucid...
Lucid started.

Now that the service is installed and started, the service/daemon is awaiting link instructions. Once the link command is provided the settings will persist and resume automatically when restarted at reboot. 

lucid link --fs <filespace.domain> --user <user> --password <password> --mount-point <mount-point>

Please note automatic linking to a Filespace is not guaranteed if Internet connection is not available