Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by Litc, Sep 6, 2003.
is there any good to start LnS as a service in XP using NT resource kit's srvany.exe? TIA.
No good; with that utility the loading is unpredictable, because what you actually do is call that file rather then the Look ‘n’ Stop Executable first. Times that file executes Look ‘n’ Stop Executable well its kind-of late in the Boot-up Process…
Most effective method would be what’s shown on http://www.wilderssecurity.info/pg8.shtml.
I'm using AppToService to launch the LookNStop. It's a nice comand-line utility which allows you to enter once the information about the program you want to start as a service. Then it starts next time automatically.
An example of command needed to be run to install the firewall as a service:
AppToService.exe /install /absname:"Look'n'Stop" /Arguments:"-auto" /Directory:"C:/Program Files/Soft4Ever/looknstop" /show:2 /startup:A "C:/Program Files/Soft4Ever/looknstop/looknstop.exe"