[stunnel-users] How is stunnel started ? / Searching stunnel service name
bxstover at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Jan 22 22:52:51 CET 2007
Hmm that is very curious.
I investigated now all runnig services and did not found the stunnel service.
The only reason I can find for this is that the service name does not contain
"stunnel" in its name. How is it called otherwise?
My services here (under Win2000) are (when I type "net start" at the command prompt):
COM+ Event System
Distributed Link Tracking Client
IPSEC Policy Agent
Logical Disk Manager
Plug and Play
Remote Access Connection Manager
Remote Procedure Call (RPC)
Remote Registry Service
Security Accounts Manager
Still Image Service
System Event Notification
TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service
Windows Management Instrumentation
Windows Management Instrumentation Driver Extensions
Is it IPSEC Policy agent the service for stunnel ?
On Fri, 19 Jan 2007 08:24:56 -0500, Carter Browne wrote:
>One of the installation options is to have it run as a service in which
>case it starts automatically as you note. This behavior can be
>controlled from the services option in the administrative options of the
>control panel (entering services.msc from the command line will also
>bring it up). Then name of the service is stunnel.
>Ben Stover wrote:
>> After installation stunnel started automatically at Windows startup time.
>> I tried to investigate how it is started.
>> But did neither a classic startup folder entry nor a running service entry.
>> Did I miss something?
>> How is stunnel started ?
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