CPF run as Windows Service? [Resolved]


The CPF (cpf.exe) wouldn’t take any advantage of run as Windows Service?

From the NT Wrapper FAQ (duodata.de):

[b]What Is A Windows NT Service?[/b] On Windows NT-based operating systems (NT/2000/XP/2003) NT Services are special executables run by the system. These range from device drivers running in the background through to interactive applications, Windows 9x/Me does not support 'real' services.

Differences Between Regular Applications And Services
Services can execute even when no user is logged onto the system.
Services may run in a different security context than the interactive user. By default they run as the LocalSystem account.


CmdAgent.exe is the windows service of CPF. You dont need CPF.exe running as a service.

OK :wink: