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Using Windows Configuration Panel Command Line Options

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Created On: 5 Aug 2003 3:40 pm
Last Edited: 5 Aug 2003 3:40 pm

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The Windows Configuration Panel (not to be confused with the Web Crossing Server's Control Panel), is typically used to stop/start the Web Crossing service.

But did you know it has a number of command line options that permit doing such things as removing and installing a Web Crossing service (useful if you end up with an orphaned service)?

Answer

Web Crossing Configuration Program
Command Line Parameter Help
-? ............. Display this help message
-zn,-Zn ............. Set the "Zap Memory" registry setting (n = 0 or 1)
-hn,-Hn ............. Set the "Full Headers" registry setting (n = 0 or 1)
-install............. Install and start the Web Crossing Service
-remove ............. Stop and remove the Web Crossing Service
-start ............. Start the already installed service
-stop ............. Stop the already installed service

USAGE: wxconfig [ServiceName] -h[0 | 1] -z[0 | 1] -[install | remove | stop | start ]