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how to prevent closure of .net apps if user logs off

Hi,

I have created a .net app.

all works fine.

but, i want to prevent closure (kill) of this app when the user of the
machine does a 'log off' of windows/xp.

currently what is happening is that when the user does 'log off', the log
off procedure is closing (killing?) all the open apps.

i need to prevent closing of my app in this scenario.

what are my options?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Create a Windows Service instead. Services are not shut down on log off.

HTH, Jakob.
"kishor kotecha" wrote:
Hi,

I have created a .net app.

all works fine.

but, i want to prevent closure (kill) of this app when the user of the
machine does a 'log off' of windows/xp.

currently what is happening is that when the user does 'log off', the log
off procedure is closing (killing?) all the open apps.

i need to prevent closing of my app in this scenario.

what are my options?

Jul 21 '05 #2

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