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Running Pervasive workgroup engine 8.6 as Windows Service

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Does anyone know how to run the workgroup engine as a windows service?
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where can I get the srvany.exe and srvinstw.exe files from?
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srvany.exe and srvinstw.exe are Microsoft files and according the the MS KB (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q137890/)  they are included in the Windows Resource Kit.

There is a tool on the Pervasive Component ZOne (http://www.pervasive.com/componentzone) that will allow the WGE to run as a service.  It's called "ToolBox - WGE & Turbo Cache as an NT Service " and it's at http://www.pervasive.com/ComponentZone/Component/Lookup.asp?Function=ShowDetail&ID=227&Component=ToolBox+%2D+WGE+%26+Turbo+Cache+as+an+NT+Service&AuthorID=81929&CategoryID=6&Page=1&CategoryName=Tools+%2F+Utilities.
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