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Enable "Allow service to interact with desktop" by VBScript

Posted on 2004-04-22
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Hi all experts-exchange's member !

How can I enable "Allow service to interact with desktop" of my services that I want by VBScript ?

( Services-->properties of service--->logon---> choosing Allow service to interact with desktop)

Pls help me...

thanks everybody..

huy
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Question by:huynguyenhoang
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Sorry,
But i dont think you can do this through VB Script. Once again, Sorry.
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Take a look at an article "Interact With Desktop when Installing Windows Service" and very interesting comments to it at http://www.thecodeproject.com/csharp/CsWindowsServiceDesktop.asp. You can find there 3 ways for a solution: registry, WMI and Win32 API which are not obviously bound  to C#.
Good luck,
Israel Shnaidman
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