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Monitoring desktop windows from a Windows service

, 2 Jan 2008 CPOL
Capture and save desktop windows from a Windows service.
ScreenMonitor
ScreenMonitorLib
Properties
ScreenMonitor
ScreenmonitorService
ScreenmonitorService
SnapShotManager
Properties
DataSources
ScreenMonitorLib.SnapShotDS+ApplicationsDataTable.datasource
Debug
ScreenMonitorLib.SnapShotDS+SnapShotDataTable.datasource
SnapShotDS.xsc
ScreenMonitorLib
SnapShotDS.xss
Release
Release
ScreenMonitorLib.SnapShotDS+WndSettingsDataTable.datasource
SetupMonitor
SetupMonitor.vdproj
Properties
Debug
ScreenMonitorLib.SnapShotDS+ApplicationsDataTable.datasource
ScreenMonitorLib.SnapShotDS+SnapShotDataTable.datasource
SnapShotDS.xsc
SnapShotDS.xss
ScreenMonitorLib.SnapShotDS+WndSettingsDataTable.datasource
SetupMonitor.vdproj
SetupMonitor.msi
SetupMonitor.msi
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ServiceProcess;
using System.Text;

namespace ScreenmonitorService
{
    static class Program
    {
        /// <summary>
        /// The main entry point for the application.
        /// </summary>
        static void Main()
        {


            // More than one user Service may run within the same process. To add
            // another service to this process, change the following line to
            // create a second service object. For example,
            //
            //   ServicesToRun = new ServiceBase[] {new Service1(), new MySecondUserService()};
            //
            ScreenMonitor sm = new ScreenMonitor();

//#if(DEBUG)

//            // Debug code: this allows the process to run as a non-service.
//            // It will kick off the service start point, but never kill it.
//            // Shut down the debugger to exit
//            sm.StartDebugService();
//            // Put a breakpoint on the following line to always catch
//            // your service when it has finished its work

//            System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(System.Threading.Timeout.Infinite);
//#else
            ServiceBase[] ServicesToRun;
            ServicesToRun = new ServiceBase[] { sm};
            ServiceBase.Run(ServicesToRun);
//#endif
        }
    }
}

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dmihailescu
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Decebal Mihailescu is a software engineer with interest in .Net, C# and C++.

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