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How to create a service of Window NT Server by Visual Basic 6.0

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I have an application written by Visual Basic and now I want my application run like a service in Window NT Server 4.0. Can someone help me to solve this problem? How to code in Visual Basic or how to set up in Window NT Server 4.0
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I'm interested in this also...You can find on the microsoft site where they say they do not recommend or support a VB app as a service.
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Here is your answer: Information is available at the MSDN web site. This is a very good article on performing what you are trying to do....


http://vbwire.com/advanced/howto/service2.asp
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