can't create a windows service


I tried to create a windows service using the srvany program, but it didn't work.

Here is the command line I would like to make into a service.
c:\windows\plink.exe -T -i c:\windows\pk.ppk -R bryanh@server

It is a command to tunnel a port over ssh.  It doesn't run in the background, it just waits for me to press [control]-c.  While it is running it forwards information to localhost:1729 to port 80 on

I would like to always run this when the computer is on.  It doesn't have to be a service if there is another way.  Does anybody know how to do this?

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add "c:\windows\plink.exe -T -i c:\windows\pk.ppk -R bryanh@server"

as a registry value to the Run registry key?

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or create a Shortcut with "c:\windows\plink.exe -T -i c:\windows\pk.ppk -R bryanh@server" and stick it into the startup folder
bryanlloydharrisAuthor Commented:
Where is the Run registry key?
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