Create specified delay before program will open after it was killed using C#

Hello Experts,

I am remotely killing Internet explorer with the following code in a C# APP:

System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("taskkill", "/S ComputerName /Im iexplore.exe");

This works great...

Now I would like to specify a delay before Internet Explorer can be opened back up after the taskkill (shown above).

In Other words I want to remotely...

1. Close IE browser window on remote computer with code shown above - this works fine
2. Specify a delay, say 30 minutes, before IE can open back up no matter how many times the icon is clicked by user.

Does anyone know how to do this?

Thanks!
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
It's a very bad idea, because a lot of other programs might not work correctly if Internet Explorer is disabled. A lot is dependant on the browser in todays applications.

This being said, the only way I can think of doing that would be to rename the IE executable file, that is usually "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe".

I am not just sure that an application started by a regular user (non administrator) will have the right to do that, specially since you are in Remote.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
your iekiller program will have to keep running:

pseudo-code

kill internet explorer
// 30 minutes is 1800 seconds
for (counter=0; counter < 1800; counter ++){
   sleep 1 second
    if (tasklkist /f  iexplore .exe == true) {
// kill iexplorer
System.Diagnostics.Process.Start("taskkill", "/S ComputerName /Im iexplore.exe");
// optional
popup("Internet Explorer is currently disabled")
} // end of iekill 
} // end of delay

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