which file is startup file?

I have some software which service is not start automatically, I have to start manually when i restart computer. I have made batch file script " start servicename " I want to put this script in startup file when I start / restart my computer then this file will run automatically.

In dos there was autoexec.bat file, if we write any script then it will work when you start computer. but in windows 2003 r2 64bit which file I can edit and put this script? can you tell me pls.
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Brum07Commented:
Place the file in the startup folder on the start menu under programs.

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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I would suggest a scheduled task that is configured to start when the computer starts...
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