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    UPDATE: If you're a Windows user trying to figure out what's wrong with your PC, please check out my other post: Troubleshooting Interactive Services Detection
    Typically, services are console applications that are designed to run unattended without a graphical user interface (GUI). However, some services may require ...
    My earlier post on Interactive Services Detection is very popular. It was targeted toward developers. Based on the comments I receive, I think most readers ...
    That is exactly what moderator told. Windows vista and server 2008 does not allow services to interact with desktop. This functionality is removed.
    I recently have been getting a constant interactive services message saying that a program needs my permission to display a message on my desktop.
    how can i get red of the icone saying * interactive services detection? do i need that on the computer? From other post: MY COMPUTER IS SLOWER AND EVERYTHING IS OK ...
    Interactive Services Detection has the status of Manual. Should I start this service so that I can get rid of the errors I am receiving about my antivirus autoupdate?
    The %1 service is marked as an interactive service. However, the system is configured to not allow interactive services.
    We have an existing interactive app that performs communication between the UI and a Windows service (both directions) via windows messaging and the manipulation of ...
    In Windows 2008 Services cannot directly interact with a user. I am looking for ways an interactive service can display a user interface and receive user input ...