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WinApi: Interaction with SysListView32 under locked workstation

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Hi Experts,

I there a way to emulate mouse events like WM_LBUTTONDBLCLK (SendMessage) or keypress (SendKey/SendInput: ENTER) to SysListView32 under locked workstation?

At the moment no mouse or keyboard events are allowed under locked workstation, but my application is interacting with another application
using winapi messages and I can't find any other way implement this.

Thank you.
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I'd rather go the route to detect when the workstation i locked, suspend your interaction and resume it after the machine has been unlocked again. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa374783(VS.85).aspx ("Creating a Winlogon Notification Package") and http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa379380(VS.85).aspx ("Registering a Winlogon Notification Package"). All you have to do is looking out for the "Lock" and "Unlock" events.
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BTW, if you have to support Vista also, these are superseded by the System Event Notification Service (SENS) - see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa376860.aspx ("ISensLogon Interface") for more on that.
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I don't need to detect when the workstation is locked - I need to interact with SysListView32 under locked workstation.
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... which you cannot. Thus the suggestion to stop interacting with it until it is unlocked again.
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