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psynegy

Disabling user input (ctrl+alt+del)

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psynegy

Okay, it's all very well having the BlockInput() function, but is there a way to stop people from being able to press ctrl+alt+del?

I'm getting a bit fustrated with ctrl+alt+del... As soon as I want to do something, autoit can't do it because those keys get in the way ¬_¬

Cheers for any help!

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MHz

Look at using Group policy restrictions.

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psynegy

Doesn't help me disable someone from pressing it when I want too, I basically want to be able to lock a workstation completely, no keyboard, mouse or power buttons.

Autoit just doesn't seem to be up to the job at the moment... *cries*

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psynegy

Reg edistry! Google it!

Only want the power button/ctrl+alt+delete disabled tempoarily (e.g. toggle)

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mmavipc

if processexists("taskmgr.exe") then
    processkill("taskmgr.exe")
    blockinput(1)
endif

put that in a loop. that will disable CTRL+ALT+DELETE

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erebus

He probably can, by tweaking Windows' Power options.

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erebus

Maybe for you. If that would be stupid, I don't think that it would be a wide open option in Windows.

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psynegy

if processexists("taskmgr.exe") then
    processkill("taskmgr.exe")
    blockinput(1)
endif

put that in a loop. that will disable CTRL+ALT+DELETE

Nice idea, but the computers are all on a domain, ctrl+alt+delete brings up the user info page with things like lock workstation, log off, tskmanager

I suppose I could wait for them to press ctrl+alt+delete, press ESC, then lock it again...

Worth a try...

And as for the power button, is it possible to identify when windows is going into shutdown? That way I can just issue, shutdown -a!

Genious? I think so! (Major bodge job also, but such is windows!)

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