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srvany for Windows 2003 server x64

Posted on 2006-07-13
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srvany was available for Windows 2003, but we upgraded to x64 and now it isn't availabe and doesn't seem to be an option to even install?  Is there a way to install it, or some other option that would work under the 64 bit operating system?  I need to make a service of an application I wrote in VB.
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not sure about the srvany program - didnt know it had gone

http://www.softplatz.com/Soft/Utilities/Shell-Launchers/FireDaemon.html
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