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Default capturing high priority events of windows

I want to capture the event for the shutdown/logoff/lock computer for windows 2000 and xp machines...is this possible using VB....I know that there is a message passing mechanism in windows which VB doesn't explicitly provides but using hook message passing can be trapped...



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