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Why does Interactive Services Detection keep popping up

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I recently added a program to Microsoft Services using FireDaemon.  Everything is working perfectly but I keep getting the Interactive Services Detection pop up.  Can this be stopped?
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1. Go to Services
2. Find Interactive Services Detection in the list of services. Right click it, and click Properties.
3. Stop the service and test, then “Disable”
4. Click “OK”. Either of these things will stop these messages from appearing.

Reboot may be necessary.

See if that stops error but allows program to run.

To keep it running, see:

More details from MSDN (Microsoft Development Network) Blog:
 http://blogs.msdn.com/patricka/archive/2010/04/27/what-is-interactive-services-detection-and-why-is-it-blinking-at-me.aspx
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worked.  Thanks
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