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C#: Howto Find logged in users using a Service running as SYSTEM

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Hi,

I have a requirement to find the users logged in to a XP system using a C# service which is running as SYSTEM service.

An additional requirement is to start an application on the Active Desktop users as that user. The application should be spawned by the service, is this possible if the user account is password protected and The service doesn't know the password of that user ??

Please help.
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