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If you go into the services control panel and double click your service, you will see a tab in the ensuing dialog labelled "Log On". Click on that and then select the checkbox under the "Local System account" radio button marked "Allow service to interact with the desktop". I'm not sure if this will work for you, but give it a try.

The preferrable way to manage your own services is to create a service with no UI and then build a second Windows Forms application (possibly even one that runs in the tray) that can connect to the service and control it. You can also use remoting if you want to communicate with your service in some other way than just telling it to start, stop, and restart.

Hope that helps.

-Matt

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