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how to get tomcat back in system tray

 
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it used to be there till i changed ROOT folder name
i changed name back, but now it gone from system tray
how can i get it back in system tray?
i liked being able to stop and start it from there
 
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Unless you enjoy fiddling with Windows registry keys, the easiest way is to re-install it.
 
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Tomcat 5.5: I can click on "Monitor Tomcat" (from start --> programs) and return the feather icon to the system tray.
 
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Tomcat 8: If you installed in the default location, type <Windows>+R, then enter and click OK. This will install the feather icon into the system tray (regardless of whether you had it before or not).
 
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