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I recently purchsed a computer for my workplace. I wanted to start folding on this machine because it is idle 90% of the day. <br />
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I was trying to find information on how to fold as a service because its a public computer used for weather tracking and email for pilots. I cant have them closing the folding process everytime they jump on a do what they do.<br />
If anyone knows how to run folding as a service that would be very helpful.<br />
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I looked into that firedaemon program but it costs 30$ for a liscence. <br />
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Got a good deal at furtureshop too, compaq complete system pent d 820, 1 gig, dvd burner, 250 gb hardrive, with 17in lcd, keyboard, mouse, copier/printer/scanner, speakers and sub 800$ with tax.(canadian)
 

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why cant you auto run it. Just make a shortcut of the "winFAH.exe" and drag it to the startup folder in startmenu<br />
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Edit: you can use <a href="http://www.worldstart.com/weekly-download/archives/reg-cleaner4.3.htm" target="_blank">regcleaner</a> and make a reg key startup so its harder to disable, only disable though program or msconfig<br />
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Create a shortcut to your FAH502-Console.exe<br />
Right click the shortcut and add <b>-configonly -local</b> to the target location so that it looks like (example) <br />
<b>"C:\\[email protected]\\FAH502-Console.exe" -configonly -local</b><br />
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Go through the settings and type <b>Yes</b> when it asks if you want it to load as a service.<br />
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The next time the computer starts up, it will load but nothing will show on the desktop nor in the taskbar menu (beside the clock). Unless the person goes into the Task Manager to close it, there's no way someone can "accidently" close your folding process.
 
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Alright thanks for your help guys<img src="/images/smilies/thumb.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Thumb" class="inlineimg" />
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Create a shortcut to your FAH502-Console.exe<br />
Right click the shortcut and add <b>-configonly -local</b> to the target location so that it looks like (example) <br />
<b>"C:\\[email protected]\\FAH502-Console.exe" -configonly -local</b><br />
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Go through the settings and type <b>Yes</b> when it asks if you want it to load as a service.<br />
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The next time the computer starts up, it will load but nothing will show on the desktop nor in the taskbar menu (beside the clock). Unless the person goes into the Task Manager to close it, there's no way someone can "accidently" close your folding process.</div>

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</div>ouch didn't see that comin. I feel stupid now GOOD job<img src="/images/smilies/thumb.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Thumb" class="inlineimg" />
 
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