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Kharfax9-Aug-06 5:59
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I will check that approach using GetStartupinfo

I have the hook, to know among other things, when a new window is created by a user.
The hook is used for my "single sign on" app, thats why i'm using it.
If that window belongs to an App like the one in task manager "applications" tab
I need to report the opening to a local service.

The problem is for example with the calculator and other apps.

I get

exe: calc.exe
windows title: calcMsgPump

or some crap like that, that's why I want only the visible windows.
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