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? Running Seti As A Service

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Running seti as a services, alows seti to start up when you boot the computer...

 

You can also start/stop it quicker by just typing 'net start seti' or 'net stop seti'

 

Plus you don't get the seti cmd line window displayed.

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dat is dang skippy.. I might just have to do that.. So It basicly runs in the background..

 

I lub it :)

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man.. I dont have the resorce kit.. or those 2 files to do this..

 

blah!

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You can download them from some of the sites that have the guids on running seti as a service...

 

Just google it. :P

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alright I did it.. now.. will this auto start when I reboot my comp?

or will I have to go in to cmd and type net start [email protected] each time?

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Open up the services MMC find the seti service, open up the properties... and set it to automatic..

 

It'll now start when windows boots. :)

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Works great, Thanks :D

 

I like not having to log into windows to use it. ;)

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the service stuff is in the control pannel right?

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