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How to Disable Ctrl+Alt+Delete in WinXP/WinNT/Win98/WinMe?

Posted on 2002-05-06
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Hello everyone!

How can I Disable Ctrl+Alt+Delete thru code so it will work in Windows in all versions?

Note: I can't accept answers that are not complete and do not Work!, Becuase these are my last points and they have to give Use.

Thanks!
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Question by:bcb6user
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by:inthe
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er no offense but you may as well delete your q then.
i find it hard to believe youll get a working answer.
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by:magellanLS
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Hello!

Maybe the following will work, I use win98 and it works for me , but I dont know if it works in winNT or WinXP?

iDummy : integer;
SystemParametersInfo(SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING, Word(True), @iDummy, 0); {Disable}
SystemParametersInfo(SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING, Word(False), @iDummy, 0); {Enable}

Hope This Helps!

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by:inthe
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>>but I dont know if it works in winNT

it doesnt, hence my comment above.
you need to replace the gina on nt based systems to do it and that is highly unrecommended.

here we have a ms support engineer saying to use a gina replacement to do it:

http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=y6%23J497WBHA.239%40cppssbbsa01.microsoft.com&output=gplain
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by:CrazyOne
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Agree with inthe and to verify for which I just tested it the

SystemParametersInfo(SPI_SCREENSAVERRUNNING, Word(True), @iDummy, 0);

does not work on NT.
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magellanLS earned 90 total points
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Hello!

I think I found something that really works.
 
It took me about 2hours to find it,So here is the link:

http://www.compuphase.com/software_keytrap.htm#KTRAPEVAL

It's not Free but they have a trial version, so you could try before you buy!







   
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by:bcb6user
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Hello!

magellanLS I must say, it does Work!!
But it has one downside, it costs about $170 :(
But I have two good reasons to buy it:

Becuase
1)I need this kind of solution fast!!
2)It's more worth to buy it then write my own driver, after all I dont have no knowledge about writing drivers

I thank you all for your time!

If no further comments ,I will accept magellanLS answer

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