Hide a Process on Windows

How can I hide my process from process list in Windows 9x/NT using Delphi.
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Zip58Commented:
Hi Munim

If you wil hide your programma in win98 you can do this with simple code that you can find in the Borland groups but this code wil not work on windows2000 or NT

therefore its better that you work with Gina.dll becorce then it will work on all the versions of Windows

This is the website

http://www.kassl.de/dwinlock/

Regards

Zip58
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MunimAuthor Commented:
I'm not looking for the program you are talking about... Sorry
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Zip58Commented:
Hi Munim

The Gina.dll is not a programma but a componnent.

Regards

Zip58
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rayek007Commented:
This is the code that will hide a Delphi
application in the Ctrl+Alt+Del menu!( I think this is what you want to do).


...
implementation

const
  RSPSIMPLESERVICE     = 1;
  RSPUNREGISTERSERVICE = 0;

function RegisterServiceProcess
  (dwProcessID, dwType: DWord) : DWord;
  stdcall; external 'KERNEL32.DLL';

procedure TForm1.FormDestroy (Sender: TObject);
begin
  RegisterServiceProcess
    (GetCurrentProcessID, RSPUNREGISTERSERVICE)
end;

procedure TForm1.FormCreate (Sender: TObject);
begin
  RegisterServiceProcess
    (GetCurrentProcessID, RSPSIMPLESERVICE)
end;
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MunimAuthor Commented:
rayek007,
   No I want to hide my process from process list...
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