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RunBlock: Best solution for uninterruptable scripts?

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dutCh

Hallo!

The task is to give an admin the means to force running installation scripts on user pc's.

e.g.:

OpenOfficeInstaller.exe ;everyone can break

RunBlock OpenOfficeInstaller.exe ;evil user can break (Windows Security)

RunBlock -force OpenOfficeInstaller.exe ;NO ONE can break!

I use the BlockInputEx UDF from this forum (thank you!). The best and only solution i found is to disable the buttons!??

Are there really no means to disable Ctrl+Alt+Del and therewith the Windows Security window?

(Script tested on Win2k and WinXP)

RunBlock.au3


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jvanegmond

You could try forcibly turning their monitor off. As far as I know there's no way to turn it back on manually once your program runs.

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Skrip

You can toggle the monitor. I'll look around for the script.


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MadBoy

You can toggle the monitor. I'll look around for the script.

Right, the first thing when my monitor goes blank i would do some buttons pushing and then hit the power button. Most likely 99% will do that. YOu have to inform them that the program installation is in progress and then block everything.

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maqleod

useful script for certain applications, but this can be horribly abused.


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Skrip

Also, please provide a link to BlockInputEx()


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