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    Isn't it possible with the setting "Allow service to interact with desktop"?
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    This is removed Vista forward as far as I can tell.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._Windows_Vista
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    The printscreen was from an Windows 2008 Datacenter Server x64.
    It is also available on my Win7 x86 pc but as you told it is dependent on the new Service "Interactive Services Detection" as I understand. I don't think it would only be modifying some bits or bytes. I think for professional usage of for example PEAC there would be no way without an option to use it as a service. But then you normaly use a service-account and in this circumstance you have then no checkbox to enable "allow ...".

    For my usage it is not really necessary as long as I don't have use of it.

    An option to secure the tablet could be if you start in full mode and don't host an "close-Button";-)

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    PEAC does run as a service as it does not interact with the desktop. (or on Linux for that matter).
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    Cool girder running as a service

    PEAC is running as a service because of no desktop interaction - ok,
    but:
    this could be the samewith girder and NR. Girder running as a service and NR running as a programm - i see no reason why this shouldn't work. Then i could use the desktop of a restricted user to show the NR screen while girder is running in background, and i can administer it with an admin user profile without need to interrupt it by a user profile change.

    Or did i misunderstand something?


    For now i secured the panel the way zarri recommended, the fullscreen NR has a hidden "toggle fullscreen" button for service. Nevertheless it's running in an admin profile where self-made professionals can do some "non-ordered service work". To prevent that i added EWF filter, so if they don't find the file to save their changes to the system all is well again after a reboot.
    This was obsolete if girder could be run as a service...


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