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OK here's the question.  It's been rumored that VB6 has the
ability to compile and run programs as NT Services?  How do you do it...I have all the knowledge of making it happen in
VB5 but Microsoft says it's possible to do with VB6.
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http://vb.duke.net/howto/service.html

All the Info. you need & samples.
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