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simple message saying that user is not valid and then exit winapp.

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private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            sbPnlMsg.Text = "";
            string sPath = "LDAP://peach/dc=wpg,dc=cwb,dc=ca";
            string fullname = System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name.ToString();
            string[] parts = fullname.Split('\\');
            string sDomain = parts[0];
            string sUser = parts[1];
            string sGroup = "gl ca corporate data";
            InitialPrices.localhost.InitialPriceReportingService WS = new InitialPrices.localhost.InitialPriceReportingService();
            if ((sUser == "gtgifford") || (sUser == "mxcupryk") || (sUser == "gxgervais")) { }
            else
            {
                bool IsUserValid = WS.CheckUserAgainstGroupMembers(sPath, sDomain, sGroup, sUser);
                if (!IsUserValid) ============>         MsgBox.Show () exist;  not sure what to do here.
            }
            LoadInitialPriceReporting();
            BuildStatBar();
           
            HideTabs();
           
        }
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Question by:mathieu_cupryk
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You may use     Application.Exit() method. Be aware that if you want to rise some events you might call Me.Close (Form.Close) method before exiting application.

See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.windows.forms.application.exit(VS.71).aspx 
for more details.
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by:mathieu_cupryk
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can u please give a better explaination.
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by:margajet24
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Application.Exit() // closes the application

what anarki_jimbel is trying to say is, if you need to do something before you close the application,
you can use Form.Close because maybe you are also handling FormClosing and FormClosed Events.. so that it would be fired before quitting..
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by:anarki_jimbel
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Thank you margajet24. That's exactly what I meant.
BTW, it's described in the article I referenced above.

Really, if you use windows forms, you might not need to call Application.Exit().  If you current form is the main form - just call this.Close(), it would be enough.
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