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is there a way to tell that someone is on the CAD screen?

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is there a way to tell that someone is on the Control Alt Delete Screen, scripts wont run if the person is.. or can they be run remotely (im using psexec-which allows domain admins to run progs on remote machines)??

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is there a way to tell a REMOTE PC is on the CAD screen?

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if you can run a script on that remote system

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if you can run a script on that remote system

Then do a simple server/client.


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what do you mean?

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go take a look at tcp functions :)


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can you give me an example. not sure which one would work much less know how :)

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there are plenty of examples in the helpfile

the two that you need are the server part and the client part

they should be in the tcpsend and tcprecv functions


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What you need to do is quite easy , create a client-server based application and let the client run on the system that you want to perform the check to see if the task manager is opened .

Next , let the server listen to a port, and the client will check if the window exists (stated in 2nd post) and TCPSend with a 'exists' or 'doesn't exists' packet.

Not going to feed you with the script , surfing around in the help files will really help .

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