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How to prevent dos box from being closed

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Hi,

is there a possibility to disable the "X" button on the right top of the NT command prompt window so that the process cannot be stopped when someone clicks on it?

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Jiri
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Jiri,

Off hand I would have to say no, but if you are running a process you can have the window automatically minimize to the toolbar.

I go with the "out of site, out of mind principle" You could use this as a temporary solution.

hope this is of some help

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It is possible.  Kixtart disables this by default.
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Mored detail hstiles. I am interested myself..

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Take a look at Kixtart/Kix95 available either from the NT4 reskit or go to

http://u-tools.com/UTools/UPromote.asp 

Also check

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q175/7/32.ASP
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