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Hi,

a service starts my EXE. This service runs under localsystem account. My EXE
then also runs under the localsystem account. My old program in VB6 shows a
form, but the VB.NET program does not! What is the Problem? How can I attach
my EXE to the active desktop? Any ideas?

Thanx so far!

Kind regards

Stefan
Jul 28 '05 #1
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