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.net service Interactive with desktop

Hello, is there a way that i can call a message box in a windows service with .net
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)Commented:
Not directly, UI is not enabled in a Windows service.

The services that seem to do so start a standard Windows application.
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cano63Author Commented:
but is there any way that i can do that
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)Commented:
Process.Start("Your application")
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cano63Author Commented:
Well actually I want to display a message box, when something happeng, is no an application is just a inform message, is there a way to do that
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cano63Author Commented:
Well actually I want to display a message box, when something happeng, is no an application is just a inform message, is there a way to do that
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)Commented:
I do not understand "is no an application is just a inform message"

A MessageBox is a Windows Form and Windows Form cannot be used in a Windows Service. So you have no choice but to either define your thing as something than a service, or to launch a Windows application that will display the MessageBox.
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