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Use BindDesktop utility to start processes on user Desktop
By default all interactive processes run from a NT service (such as 24x7 Scheduler service) run on the invisible services Desktop. The BindDesktop utility allows to start a process on any Desktop. For example if you want to schedule Notepad to run on the default user Desktop to you can specify the following command BindDesktop winsta0\default "C:\WinNT\Notepad.exe" Even if the command is run from 24x7 service it will be able to run the Notepad graphically in interactive mode and make it available to the user.
Usage: BindDesktop [desktop name] [program name] [optional parameters]
|desktop name||Name of the windows station and desktop on which you want to run the specified program. Default user desktop name is winsta0\default|
|program name||Full name of the program that you want to start including path. If the name or path include spaces enclose the full name in double quotes.|
|optional parameter||Optional command line parameters that you want to pass to the specified program. If you need to pass multiple parameters enclose the entire set of parameters in double quotes.|
Run BindDesktop.exe without parameters from the DOS command prompt to see full description of the supported parameters.