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how to hide my application from tasklist? (delphi)

Posted on 1998-11-21
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Hi!
I tried to hide my application with following code:

var i:longint;
    handle:longint;
begin
i:=GetCurrentProcessId;
handle:=OpenProcess(PROCESS_ALL_ACCESS,true,i);
RegisterServiceProcess(handle,1);
end;

It do not work. Any idea?
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Question by:drol
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ahalya earned 100 total points
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RegisterServiceProcess(0, 1)

will hide your app from the task list.
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by:drol
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ahalya, i tried the command you told me, but it does not work in windows 95 and 98.
Did you tryed it?
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