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service only when os is locked???

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is there a way to run services only when the computer is locked or the logon srceen is active?
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Services run any time the computer is booted, logged on, logged off, screen locked, it doesn't matter.

Now if you want some services to only do some kind of work when the computer is in some state, you can detect the interactive user's condition and do the appropriate thing.

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