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Hi,
i am developing an application for a game center where i need to, sometime, force a specific account to connect in a game(for license security). It can't be a 3rd party application.

I was thinking about using SendKeys to connect a specfic user into Battle.Net for example or force username/password in worldofwarcraft, etc...

Will it work? Do you have better solutions?

Thanks in advance!
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Well, World of Warcraft and BattleNet have security built around them.  They'd probably intercept and interpret your keystrokes so your application may not work.

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warden_%28software%29 for a description of Warden.

You could try but don't expect it to necessarily work.
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