You can use SrvStart to run XArp as a Windows service. Download SrvStart and unpack it, e.g. into
Create a file
in the same folder
with the following contents:
Open a command line with administrator rights in Windows and type
SC CREATE XArp displayname= XArp binpath= "C:\srvstart_run.v110\srvstart.exe XArp -c C:\srvstart_run.v110\XArpService.ini" start= auto
SC DESCRIPTION XArp "ARP Spoofing Detection."
Now you have created a service entry called XArp in Windows that you can start under the system Services area.
To delete the service open a command line with administrator rights in Windows and type:
SC DELETE XArp
The logfile for XArp will be written to
The settings file for XArp is also in this path. As you now do not have a GUI to configure XArp, run XArp normally through the start menu, configure, and – if you have a Pro version – register it. Then copy the settings file from your normal user account