[python-win32] pywin32 documentation wiki
le.dahut at laposte.net
Wed Feb 17 19:08:12 CET 2010
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le dahut wrote :
> I've joined a file containing :
> * mytestservice_handlerex.py
> and :
> * mytestservice_isenslogon.py
> * isenslogon.py
> You can install them with command line (python.exe must be in your
> %PATH%) :
> 'mytestservice_isenslogon.py --interactive --startup=auto install'
> 'mytestservice_handlerex.py --interactive --startup=auto install'
> Be aware that those 2 methods are asynchronous. This means that user may
> have its desktop (taskbar, etc.) ready while the service doesn't have
> finish its logon() method.
> For example, I use it to tune user environment (hide drives, disable
> control panel, etc.). After that explorer.exe must be killed and
> restarted for changes to take effect.
> A better way could be to modify userinit reg key to make it call an app
> that waits for the service to achieve its work and only then execute
> userinit.exe :
> HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\UserInit
> Tim, maybe you want to copy/paste those files and comments on your
> website ?
> Ron, I hope this will help you.
> le dahut wrote :
>> I've made some development around Windows services and logon events
>> detection (using SCM and using SENS). I've spend a lot of time
>> discovering how things work and trying to write them (with great help
>> from people on this list !)
>> I think that people may be interested by some examples and I would
>> like to know : is there a place where I can write them ?
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