Starting SimpleProxy as a service

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I am in need of running a simpleproxy as a way to connect from VPN to a firewall internally for configuration purposes. I can run the command below and it works correctly.

simpleproxy -L 9009 -R

However I need to run this on reboot of the device and I am struggling with setting it up as a service. I have created the file /etc/systemd/system/simpleproxyasdm.service with the configuration below.
ExecStart=/usr/bin/simpleproxy -d -L 9009 -R


Description=Simple Proxy ASDM

When I launch the service nothing happens from my perspective.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I obviously can launch it manually when I reboot but I would love to have it just work.

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