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patslaiby

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Dear All,
I was wondering if there is a way to lock the keyboard for a user when he logs on for a certain amount of time (5-10 seconds)then after that time he could take control of the keyboard???
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why?
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Well actually users on my site have to launch an application but they have to wait for it to initialize or errors may occur if they don't and that will create more wore for me, therefore since they don't have the patience to wait, i'm trying to make them wait for bout 5 sec till i give them control of the keboard.Is it feasible?
thanks for the help
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when you say users on your site...do mean the people at your company using your network? (sounds stupid...but...just checking)...and to my knowledge there isn't a way to disable the keyboard in a timed fashion
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yes i mean people in my company using the network.
well is there a way i could run a batch file that disables the keyboard from the registry at startup then create the delay in the batch file till i enable it again?
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