[RC5-PROXYPER] Running the Win32 PProxy "detached"

Diggs, Steve Diggs at gateway.daugherty.com
Fri Sep 4 10:09:20 EDT 1998

For that matter, has anyone been able to get PROXYPER to do anything usefull on
NT? It works OK on the proxy side, but if you don't have a continuous connection
to the Internet, it is of limited usefulness. Specifically, I need a way to
"kick" it to do a flush and a fetch. I've tried starting and stopping the
PROXYPER service...all kinds of things...nada...any help/comments would be
greatly appreciated.
Steve Diggs
Atlanta, GA

-----Original Message-----
From: BARNETTE JEFFREY D [mailto:jeffbarn at lpfpo.kelly.af.mil]
Sent: Wednesday, September 02, 1998 7:11 PM
To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
Subject: [RC5-PROXYPER] Running the Win32 PProxy "detached"

Has anyone had any success getting the Win32 PProxy to run "detached"?  I've
been running the Linux PProxy this way for months; however, I'm having to
move the proxy to a Win95 machine.  Using the exact same .ini file that has
been working OK on the Linux box, the Win32 proxy starts up OK but doesn't
detach.  Is this feature not supported?  The closest reference I could find
in the docs or the RC5-PROXYPER archives was the ability to use the
"-install" switch to run the proxy as a service under NT.  I tried it under
Win95, but it didn't work.
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