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CTRL/ALT/DEL

Posted on 1997-05-05
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Hello,

Is there anyone knowing how to not allowed people to strike
CTRL/ALT/DEL.
Imagine you want to write a program that people can not
'break' with the 'task list' manager.

Thanks a lot

WW
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I think the answer is to use the WH_SHELL hook with a nCode of HSHELL_TASKMAN and return TRUE to prevent the system from showing the tasklist.  I've never tried this so I can't be sure it works as advertised.
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by:wwalschaerts
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Iam sorry...

I was far from my computer a long time and didn't tried yet
your proposed answer.

Thanks,
WW

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