kgschlosser wrote:you cannot run eventghost as a service. by definition from microsoft a service is unable to interact with a user. and what that means is that a service does not have the ability to interact with the UI. because the UI actually does not start until after the user logs in and a service starts before that. eventghost has a hidden window that is uses to receive messages from windows and the windows gui. it would not function without this. and in order to make a window the GUI has to be active. so running as a service is a no go.
kgschlosser wrote:there is a way to do it but would require UAC to be turned off and you would always have to log into the console. because how windows works is that technically everything is a remote desktop even if you are logged in locally to the machine. over complicated to have it run as a service.
kgschlosser wrote:and EG can do multiple sessions. go into the tutorials and look at the topic about command line switches.
self.onExitFuncs = 
self.locale = wx.Locale(wx.Locale.GetSystemLanguage())
self.shouldVeto = False
self.firstQuery = True
self.endSession = False
self.frame = wx.Frame(None)
self.hwnd = self.frame.GetHandle()
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