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Hi,

I would like to install an application into NT/win2k server. The application need to be run as services.  How can i write the script to do the installation and run as services in the server?  I need a logon script to do that because i have 100 branches's server need to be installed.

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You can use the resource kit instsrv or srvinstw utilities to install an application to run as a service.

The executable and all associated files will need to reside on the local machine (in the %systemroot%\system32 directory would be best) and the application should be able to run without any user input - just a few initialisation strings, if anything
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