Writing a service in VB.

Is there a way to write a service in VB ? how ?
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AndrewDevCommented:
Yes. I have somewhere an article on exactly what you need to do but its a long time since I've done it. I will try and dig it out when I have a spare momment.

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yonitAuthor Commented:
It seems that it's relevant for NT. What about Windows 2000 ?
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AndrewDevCommented:
The document I was refering to is similar to the one appari posted. I suggest you try his.

I don't know about windows 2000 all my work in this area has been on NT

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
You can use this product: http://www.desaware.com/NTToolkitL2.htm
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adgCommented:
Learning
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
I hope that yonit will come back!!!

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hendrik999Commented:
Go to
http://www.devx.com/free/codelib/view.asp?id=350280
and download ljen97p.zip.
This file includes all the info you need to know to create your own service in Visual Basic.
With parts of this code I build an application myself for a Windows NT server and it's running fine ever since.
This code should also work on W2K.
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AndrewDevCommented:
The A Key can be found in the middle row of the keyboard at the left hand end
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