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Run a vb application as a service in win 98.

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How Do I run a vb application as a service in win 98. ?
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Windows 98 doesn't run services like the NT bases OS's do. There are no service managers in Win98
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You could try usin this key to run it HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices but it isn't ran as a true service.
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What I meant to say is Win98 doesn't really run services. Only the NT based OS's have this feature.
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