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Running uTorrent as a Service on Windows Home Server 2011


Greg Welch
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Just thought I should mention, I don't use utorrent but the process could be applied to other programs that require you to be logged in.

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Just thought I should mention, I don't use utorrent but the process could be applied to other programs that require you to be logged in.

 

Hehe; trying avoid a little "guilt by association"?? ;)

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I have so many IP addresses I doubt they would have me either, not that I would use a torrent, just too risky. NewsGroups.........

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NewsGroups........

 

Would like to find an article like that about using SAB / Sickbeard with WHS 2011.

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SABNZBD shouldn't be too tough, especially as it has a built in web interface and you can choose your port. I suppose your question is related to having it run as a service. I have it running on a Linux VM which is always on so I will have to look into it. I know it runs on login in Windows/Linux but not sure if you can just use the executable with the OP's link in the place of uTorrent executable to have it run as a service.

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