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How to let my program start up automaticly just after OS starting up?

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I only know to add value to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\MICROSOFT\\WINDOWS\\CURRENTVERSION\\RUN.
ANY OTHER METHOD?
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Startup folder in C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup. That path is found in Windows XP, in other windowses path can be little different.

Or you can use program named srvany.exe and install your program as service. This can be only done in NT based Windowses (NT, 2000, XP).
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