Member 12608039 wrote:it doesn't work when the user is logged out
Of course it won't - that's what services are for, and they don't have any user interface at all! Applications aren't running while a user is logged out, but services are.
To have a user interface, you need a user - and services are designer to run with or without a logged in user. Hence, you need a separate Winforms project to communicate with your service when there is a user there, and the service runs "alone" when the user isn't logged in.
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