Yep, that is the correct SMP core(a1). Now 4 processes with that name should pop up using ~25% of your CPU each once work starts. Also, the SMP client can be configured to work as a service. However, once you install it as a service you have to go into services.msc and configure it. You need to go into the service's properties and go to the logon tab. There you can tell it to use your username and password and it will work after that.