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Hello,

Microsoft introduced in Windows XP a new file-transfer technology called the Background Intelligent Transfer Service, or BITS.  Are there any samples or information on using this?  So far I have not been able to find to much on this new technology.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Tony
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