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unlock my win 7 work station using Window service.


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Dheeraj Gupta

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I want to lock and unlock my win 7 workstation using window service. in case of lock i m able to lock my work station independently by creating an app while i m integrating my code to windows service its unable to execute it and neither unlock my PC. for Unlocking i don't found any thing. Locking is done now i m seeking for unlock win 7.
if some body knows any thing regarding it please help me out. Thanks in advance.
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Neil Jones

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Um, you can already lock Windows 7 by pressing the WIndows Key and L.
Or is that not what you want? If not, please clarify what you want and what you mean by "integrating my code to windows service", whatever "windows service" is.
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Dheeraj Gupta

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no by programatically.

Actually i m going to create a window service that will lock and unlock my machine based on my bluetooth mobile connectivity, if my mobile is not in range then i want to lock my workstation (its done) nad once its in range then i want to unlock my win7 workStation(which is not).

all these things are maintained by a window service.

Edited by Dheeraj Gupta, 23 May 2011 - 01:04 AM.

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