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I'm writing an NT service using D6 on Win2K.

What is the best way to write a program to communicate with the service and control it?

Any sample code or articles will be very helpfull.

Thanks in advance.
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by:grg99
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I've found that TCP/IP is the slickest way to communicate.  Just open up a listener on a port and wait for a connection.  You can probably use one of the many TCP/IP components.

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I've thought about doing so, as it might ease remote management too; but I'm afraid that it might risk security.
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I've thought about doing so, as it might ease remote management too; but I'm afraid that it might risk security.
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by:Bazz_The_Cat
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you should use indy client and indy server.
using multithread,
and creating your own language protocole to communicate between server and client (try to make a dll, tu keep this way for other projects).
like that, you can build a password testing, or any king of security protocol.
But don't forget that a tcp component will give you the data from a buffer, and so you can receive two commands or packets in the same buffer read, so you have to knwo exactly what you read.
Take care about buffer overflow also (read only the data size you need and drop the rest)
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