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Interactive Services Dialog Detection

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On my spare computer, I have Vista Ultimate (It's only the beta RC-2). The Interactive Services Dialog Detection is ready to make me pull my hair :whistling: --and I don't have that much to pull. I don't mind it when it's working right. But there are times when a program needs a response from me, instead of the pop-up box coming up asking me what to do, I get the little glowing icon down in my system tray which, when I click on it, it will let me bring up the dialog box that is necessary to carry out the task. So far, that's not too bad. However, sometimes the little glowing icon down in the system try won't be there. Then I can't bring up the dialog box I need to carry out the task. I think that most of you know what I'm talking about. My question is: Is there a way to disable the Interactive Services so that whatever dialog box I need will simply come up? I hope I'm making myself clear. This is my first post on this forum. Thanks in advance for your response.
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