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What is this form that your speaking of? If your referring to a VBScript, theres no form per say. It runs and ends after it runs whatever it is. Disabling the taskbar is another feature of Group Policy that can be implemented.
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i ment visual basic. Is there a way to have a form, hide the task bar even if the windows key is pressed?
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also how do i make the form stay on top of any other window?
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i ment visual basic. Is there a way to have a form, hide the task bar even if the windows key is pressed?


The only way that I know of is through Group Policy.
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really, no way to just hide it?

Edited by atlantica, 17 June 2009 - 08:15 PM.

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