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Why some apps need a logged in user context ?

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Can anyone explain why/how some applications need a "logged in user" context to run on winXP and some do not ? And if there are any ways to get around it ?

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Can anyone explain why/how some applications need a "logged in user" context to run ?

Some applications need / rely on windowing operations. No logged on user, no windowing context.

And if there are any ways to get around it ?

rewrite the application. Ensure that you are logged in. Write a windows service. Use console mode applications. Don't do that.

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