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No you don't need to duplicate handle if you have enabled inheritance int the CreateEvent of parent process setting lpEventAttributes parameter.
You need a duplicated handle if the event is created in the child process.
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is there a possibility to edit the year in the short format(yy) aswell?
I set the format "dd.MM.yy" and the date is shown correctly as "23.04.15"
But if I place the cursor in the year-section, the year switches from 15 to 2015.
I need that the year keeps 15 at the edit-mode.
I have upgraded my VS 2008 project to VS 2010 by opening the solution file and successfully built the project (debug and release configurations). But when I run the project within Visual Studio I get the following weird error saying:
"Unable to start program"
"System cannot find the file specified"