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SMDR after logoff?

SMDR after logoff?

SMDR after logoff?

(OP)
Is there a way to have the SMDR continue to run after the user is logged off on a Windows XP Pro?

franke

RE: SMDR after logoff?

Get your self a copy of firedemon which allows you to run application as a service.

Hope this helps

RE: SMDR after logoff?

(OP)
MrIPO.
Thanks much, found the program and loaded it. Just putting in the basic information, it seems to do exactly as I was hoping. I will give it more of a stress test (and try to figure out what, if anthing else, needs to be configured.

For others looking for the same solution, I found the program at:

http://www.firedaemom.com

Thanks again

franke

RE: SMDR after logoff?

That is an excellent post MrIPO!  I had never heard of that application.

RE: SMDR after logoff?

(OP)
Neither had I, but it seems to work great, even archiving the info at the end of the day into a seperate file, making it easier to move the info to another machine for processing.

I notice that I misspelled the link above, it should be:

http://www.firedaemon.com

Thanks again MrIPO,

franke

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