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Default Internet Cafe Programming Problem

Hi Everyone,

Please could you help me with this problem, that I am currently having.

I have recently started a project creating a new type of internet cafe application. But I am currently having programming logic problem, or don't know how to code it..

I am trying to my My Admin Application Minimize the other Client Application within the network.. How do you make to one computer Minimize the other computer application using VB.NET.

Please could you provide the code... if you know?? and explain if you can.

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