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QuestionUsing ShellExecute or CreateProcess caller lose its focus Pin
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You could wait on the process handle returned by ShellExecute or CreateProcess, this will let you know when the child process has exited.

Then you could use BringWindowToTop to bring your main application window to the foreground.



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