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disable ctrl+alt+entf with script

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Guest apubanz


I am using the following script to lock my keyboard and mouse during startup.

BlockInput(1) ; Sperre von Tastatur und Keyboard aktivieren

Sleep(60000) ; 60 Sekunden warten

BlockInput(0) ; Aufhebung der Sperre


The problem is, that you can stop the script by pressing ctrl+alt+entf.

Can anybody tell me how to block these keys too ?

Thanks for your help !


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if you use NT,W2K or XP it's not possible, because these OS's generate a non mascable interrupt (NMI) to trigger CTRL+ALT+DEL.

Nothing is impossible, you just have to want it bad enough.

Read up on msgina.dll, very intresting stuff but I highly suggest you dont try implimenting it.

I myself had a simular problem a while back, I wanted to disable Taskmgr.exe so I opted for something far easier but it dosent really disable ctrl-alt-del, just one of its features.

I disabled taskmgr with a reg edit and then to get rid of the anoying msg saying taskmgr has been disabled by the admin. I disabled WFP with a command line tool and renamed taskmgr.exe.

Hopefully this helps you out.

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make a while loop that counts the sleeps while checking for the task manager window then auto-close it

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