[cvsnt] Impersonation Windows 2003 Server

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Sun Jul 27 22:25:10 BST 2003

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Pascal Van Cauwenberghe wrote:

> Another question about the cvsservice and lockservice: why are they
> registered as "interactive" services (with access to the desktop)? As far
> as I can see, neither the service, nor the cvs generates any UI elements.
> I wouldn't see them anyway, as usually nobody's logged into the server.
> :-)

If the service crashes someone needs to see the error box... 
Non-interactive services just hang indefinately which isn't helpful (their
errors appear on a completely invisible desktop, actually).


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