Quota manager NT4

I want to write a "Quota Manager" for NT4 Server. I think this application has to run as a service. If so, how can you make an application to run as a service?
dtoAsked:
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tstrobCommented:
VisualBasic does not support this.
bin_huwairibCommented:
dto,

Check this artical:

ID : Q175948
Title : Running Visual Basic Applications as Windows NT Services.

at http://support.microsoft.com


Best regards
Bin Huwairib

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dtoAuthor Commented:
I guess i don't want the program to run as a service now Bin Huwairib. I'll give you the points, but do you know a other way for a quota manager to run on the server ? I don't want this to be dependend on the user witch is logged in, it must run also if no one is logged in at the server.....

Best Regards,

DTO
bin_huwairibCommented:
dto,

The only thing I can tell you now is VB is not ready for this kind of activity yet, if you know other languages like Delphi or C this might help you to implement your idea otherwise wait till Microsoft release an artical or update for VB to handle the service tasks.

Bin Huwairib
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