Typically, services are designed to run unattended without any UI with any need to interact with desktop or any GUI application. However, in some cases, it is desired to let the service show and communicate with graphical applications. A reason might be to track an already developed application and start this app if closed. Or you might want some input from the user or want to alert him immediately about something serious that has happened. Whatever the reason be, there is always a need to find a way to enable your service to display the GUI application in an interactive windows satiation.Solution is one click away and we only need to mark the "Allow Service to interact with desktop" as checked. But the question is can we do this programmatically? If yes then how? There are four ways to change the windows service options and we will discuss them one by one. But before that you need to know that to make a service interact with the desktop, the service
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