Free equivalent of Windows "srvany" program for turning any Windows program or script into a service
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When you need to run some program or batch script as a Windows service, you either have to modify the program so it calls the Windows service APIs (impossible for a batch script), or you use "SrvAny" to turn the program/script into a service. Unfortunately SrvAny is a proprietary program. This is a free software equivalent. For more information, see: http://rwmj.wordpress.com/2010/04/29/tip-install-a-service-in-a-windows-vm/#content Please send patches etc to the virt-tools mailing list: http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/virt-tools-list This program was originally written by Yuval Kashtan as part of the Qumranet / RHEV-M / oVirt project, and released as free software by Red Hat. -- Richard W.M. Jones, 2014-07-08 --