Do you find creating Windows services in .NET cumbersome? Or do you find management of remote Windows services difficult? If so, the .NET Service Manager may be an answer to your problems. It provides super easy implementation of Windows service-like behavior without the need to build service installers or to understand the intricacies of Windows services. It allows you to deploy new services by XCOPY or drag-n-drop as well as update those services on the fly, and it will let you easily specify and use configuration files for each service that also can be updated on the fly.
For more in-depth information on this new facility (and to download it), check out my article at 15Seconds.com:
The Perfect Service - Part 1
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