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How to disable Ctrl+Alt+Del press?  
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Question by:kaloyan
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var
   MyInt:integer;
begin
  MyInt:=0;
  SystemParametersInfo( SPI_ScreenSaverRunning, 1, @Dummy, 0);
end;
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by:tktk
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If you need to disable this button because you don't want that you application
will be able to close from this you can just to make your application invisible there.

if you want to know how :  talklein@ort.org.il
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