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Creating NT Service with MFC

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I want to create an NT Service with Visual C++ using MFC. What do I need to do?
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yowkee earned 200 total points
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You could write your own class to wrap needed API for NT Service. MFC didn't have class directly support to create a NT Service program.

Codeguru has some class for NT Service:
 http://codeguru.developer.com/system/index.shtml
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You can use the ATL wizard to create NT service.
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i should have accepted yowkee's answer I didn't scroll down th page to view this part
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Thanks a lot
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