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Default Controlling Alt+Ctrl+Del Keys through Asp.Net 2005

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      I need to control Alt+Ctrl+Del keys or any such similar Keys(Task Manager) so that user does not close my (CHILD WINDOW)browser or come out of it before he completely saves the data in all the field in child window. Hope U have understood my query.

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Well you could create your own operating system... There's no other way to achieve this.

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You certainly aren't going to be able to control those keys from an ASP.NET application. Plus, consider that there is no CTRL-ALT-DEL on a MAC for example. My perspective is that if a user is going to use brute force to close an application (via task manager or similar) then they don't care much about the data in it. You can only do so much to control a user's behavior.

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Outside of the short coming on the Mac as Peter has pointed out, one does not need to press CTRL + ALT + DEL to bring up the task mananger since it can be spawned from the run window (and you don't necessarily need to press any keys on the keyboard for that window to be brought up).

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CTRL + ALT + DEL is handled deep inside Windows and as far as I know you can't block it even by adding low level Windows Hook to drop them. CTRL + ALT + DEL calls GINA.DLL which overrides every user application.

And I should know, I've implemented custom gina.dll some years ago. And boy it was awful. One mistake and Windows wouldn't/couldn't boot at all :)
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