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Self installing .NET service using the Win32 API

, 28 Oct 2005 CPOL
Sometimes the service classes provided by Visual Studio don't give you the control you need, so why not build your own? And while you're at it, why not make it self-installing? The base class provided gives you full control of the Win32 Services API from a convenient base class and attribute.



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