Add to Ctrl Alt Del Menu

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Security' started by ToonBoon, Mar 29, 2009.

  1. ToonBoon

    ToonBoon Guest


    I'm curently working on my final project for my IT course in school
    What I need to do is create some sort of 'puzzle' for my classmates t
    solve. So what I was thinking of was adding a line, clickable or not, t
    the menu that pops up when you press Ctrl Alt Del. In that line I woul
    like to have a text giving a hint or if it could be clickable opening
    file to continue the puzzle

    So I was wondering, is it possible to add a line of text (clickable o
    not) to the Ctrl Alt Del menu

    If anyone could help me out on this by either saying that it can't b
    done or giving me a hint to what I need to do to accomplish this or jus
    saying how I can do this I'd gladly appreciate it

    ToonBoon, Mar 29, 2009
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  2. ToonBoon

    Sam Hobbs Guest

    Instead of messing with the Ctrl Alt Del menu, you could write a program or
    script and then create a shortcut to it and then assign a shortcut key to
    that. You can ask in a programming group for details of how to do that.
    Sam Hobbs, Apr 1, 2009
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  3. ToonBoon

    ToonBoon Guest

    Hmm... I did think about doing that but I thought it was a too mess
    method to accomplish this. Besides the windows built-in menu looks nic

    As for the programming, I can do that myself, I know how to, but bein
    able to set a hotkey for the combination of Ctrl+Alt+Del isn't allowe
    by windows, so I'll have to mess with _IsPresses() functions

    Anyways, thanks for your help with clearing me up on this =


    ToonBoon, Apr 1, 2009
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