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ShutdownDialog - Invoke standard Shutdown dialog box

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

_ShutDownDialog()

Func _ShutDownDialog()
; Rajesh V R 
; An Undocumented dll function, thanks to nirsoft for revealing it... (and all those who posted it on google!)

       ShellExecute("rundll32.exe","shell32.dll,#60")
EndFunc

this opens a standard shutdown dialog box for windows

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

yeah i did search for it in the forums, thought it might have been posted as a dllcall or something, but this wasnt found. so posting it here for anyone who would like it. because, personally i have searched for this functionality earlier.

and rather than closing progman, or shell object, this would be preferrable ?

Edited by rajeshontheweb

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It's bugging me because I'd swear I'd seen it before. But yes personally I'd prefer your method. I've seen computers where stopping processes doesn't do what you expect 100% of the time.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

guys, just found another way of triggering shutdown dialog

this uses the Shell.application (thought it might be useful for cases where u are dealing with shell application object already and may not need to use shellexecute call seperately..

Dim $ObjShell
$ObjShell = ObjCreate("Shell.Application")
$ObjShell.ShutdownWindows()
$ObjShell = ""
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