Something like msconfig under Win2k

Posted on 2004-11-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-14
You know how Windows XP has the program "msconfig" that one can run from the command line?
Does Windows 2000 have a program similar to that which I could use to determine what programs
and services will start up on the Windows 2000 Professional system?

Thanks in advance!

Question by:pugdog_fan
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    Hello pugdog_fan =)

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    And these are the registry locations where Startup Applications are stored :)

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