oes anyone know which file I have to include to get the
definition for RegisterServiceProcess()? this is an MFC
function listed in the help files, but it neglects to specify where the definition is.

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It is not included in any header file in fact.
You have to explicitly copy the prototype from the documentation and dinamically call the function with a GetProcAddress() in module KERNEL32.DLL

Davide Marcato.

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LucidityAuthor Commented:
will something like this work ?

MyFunc =  GetProcAddress(RegisterServiceProcess(blah,blah);

after I have loaded the DLL?
Yeah, it should work.

BTW, I wonder why you gave me a C for a correct answer...

Davide Marcato.
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LucidityAuthor Commented:

I thought that I could change it later if you continued to help.
I should have given you a B. Does that affect the points you receive?
Yes, I get Qpoints*2 instead of Qpoints*3.

Davide Marcato.
LucidityAuthor Commented:
terribly sorry about that, will give you an A in the future.

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