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Write a system service to watch another system service

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I am going to write a system service, a Class of C++, to watch another system service, i.e. to tell if another system service is started and ended. Where can I find information about that?
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Post me your email and I'll send to You sample of NT service (if it is Win NT question).
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Yes, it's Win NT question. And it's also a system programming question.

Anyway, here is my email address: wei.chen@gzs.de

Thanks!
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Yes, it's Win NT question. And it's also a system programming question.

Anyway, here is my email address: wei.chen@gzs.de

Thanks!
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I send mail to You.
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Yes, it's Win NT question. And it's also a system programming question.

Anyway, here is my email address: wei.chen@gzs.de

Thanks!
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Yes, I got your email and 've replyed you.
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Yes, I got your email and 've replyed you.
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Yes, I got your email and 've replyed you.
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Thanks for the information
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