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First of all, why would you need to display a hidden window in a service, anyway? It would seem to serve no purpose?

If you do need to anyway, check the "Allow service to interact with desktop" option in the Services snap-in if running as the SYSTEM account (Local System), or specify a user with login rights to the local machine. This form would only be available in the context of that user, however.

See http://www.ftponline.com/vsm/2002_10/online/villeda/default_pf.aspx[^] for an example in VB.NET, but it wouldn't be hard to do in C# (remember that all languages that target the CLR can use assemblies - including the base class library - in the same manner, though syntax might be different).

 

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