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I am looking for the tray-minimizable program, which sends an HTTP request to my server each 15 seconds immitating user activity.

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Um…why? This sounds like one of those "there's probably something better except you're not saying what you're actually trying to do" situations. –  Su' Nov 22 '12 at 13:09
    
This reminds of the 90's, dialup 28.8k and mouse moving programs. –  Anagio Nov 25 '12 at 7:01

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This is a pretty popular service to monitor your websites uptime. https://www.pingdom.com/

Uptime and performance monitoring made easy Be the first to know when your website is down. Get downtime alerts. Get troubleshooting help. Get uptime & performance report

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Any site monitoring application will probably do well for this. The problem of using your system tray is that your windows system could go down. You could setup a cron job on an inexpensive linux server just to wget a page every 15 seconds.

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http://phantomjs.org/ This will provide all you need!

You could also use a ping service such as Pingdom.

HTH

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