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Capture Terminal Session Lock and Unlock events in C# Windows Service

Posted on 2008-10-15
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I need to create a Windows Service that will capture when a user locks and unlocks their desktop session.  Also, I need to capture the username.  I know how to do this using a regular application, just not a Windows Service.
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by:Anurag Thakur
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have a look at the following ee link - i think it might be helpful
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/.NET/Visual_Basic.NET/Q_22518173.html
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by:fcti
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Sorry Ragi, that solution won't apply, its for a Windows Application, not a Service.  It relies on WndProc.
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Found the solution.  I am overriding the following event in my service:


protected override void OnSessionChange(SessionChangeDescription changeDescription)
{
switch (changeDescription.Reason)
            {
                case SessionChangeReason.SessionLogon:
                    //Logon
                    break;
                case SessionChangeReason.SessionLogoff:
                    //Logoff
                    break;
                case SessionChangeReason.RemoteConnect:
                    //Remote Connect
                    break;
                case SessionChangeReason.RemoteDisconnect:
                    //Remote Disconnect
                    break;
                case SessionChangeReason.SessionLock:
                    //lock
                    break;
                case SessionChangeReason.SessionUnlock:
                    //Unlock
                    break;
                default:
                    break;
            }
}

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