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Windows Service Tray Icon???

Posted on 2006-03-22
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Last Modified: 2008-01-09
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Q. Anyone know how to code a Tray Icon for a Windows Service???
Question by:kvnsdr
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bsmuehmer earned 750 total points
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From what I know, a windows service does not have any "connection" to GUI elements.

You will need a "normal" windows application (with all the GUI elements) that "somehow communicates" (any form of IPC) with the windows service.

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