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patslaiby

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Dear all,
I am using a batch file to disable some keyboard functions, but in windows NT, i must restart the system in order for this to work, is there a way to apply the effect immediatly without having to restart?
Thank you for the help,
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I doubt it...usually when a program asks to restart before the affects can take place it is because they apply the affect during reboot (most likely) because the files or folders they need cannot be modified during the computer is turned on! So If I was you I would let it reboot...Does this happen everytime or the one time it is installed? Maybe you should wait for a more explained answer by someelse!

Thats all I can say!

Good Luck

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10x Game Freak for the help,
Well actually i am not installing a new application, i'm rather changing the keyboard layout, when i change anything on my server, the effects are almost immediatly applied to all the NT workstations, so that's why i was wondering if it can be done also to changing keyboard layouts.
Does anyone know any other way to disable a keyboard function using a batch file?would really help.
THX a lot guys
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