I m using OPENFILENAME structure.I want to keep tumbnail view whenever i open tht dialog.Do u hv any Idea?And i m using only win32 sdk.
Do u guys hv any Idea regarding IShellbrowser interface.Is tht helpful?
Pleasse suggest me some solution.
There is little to no reliance on MFC in the article I provided. The author just used it as a convenience rather than a necessity. If you read through it, you will surely find the important parts, namely the parent/child hierarchy and which one to send the message to.
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I have made an MFC application with invisible window and invisible in Applications tab of taskmanager designed to run in different sessions depending upon the number of users who are logged into the system. Thus, according to user events the instances used to capture logoff/Shutdown/Logon events for that particular session.Also, I have made one instance of this executable to run in 'SYSTEM' account to capture scheduled shutdown in cases when no user was logged on the machine. However in this case 'WM_QUERYENDSESSION' is never recieved by this running instance of my application which runs in 'SYSTEM' account.Can some one tell me how to abort scheduled shutdown in Windows from an application running in system account , in a case when no user is logged on in the machine.
I'm not sure that WM_QUERYSESSION is sent to apps running in system account. You could try SetConsoleCtrlHandler() and catch the CTRL_SHUTDOWN_EVENT. I don't think this allows you to stop the shutdown.
I got your point, but how do we use SetConsoleCtrlHandler in an MFC application..I can always do shutdown -a inside it if I recieve a CTRL_SHUTDOWN MEssage. Please Detail me how to include it in an MFC application ?
It will sound funny, where actually are you catching WM_QUERYENDSESSION Message?
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I am trapping the message in WndProc(Windows Procedure Method) of the application. Then using the message handler for WM_QUERYENDSESSION I am returning false to abort logoff/shutdown and doing my functionality in between.
Generally when windows receives shutdown event it broadcasts WM_QUERYENDSESSION to all top level windows applications , here the issue is as my MFC application is running silently from 'System' account somehow the broadcasted message from Windows is not able to identify this as a Top level windows application.Hence, this application never recives the message whcih is why I am stuck here. All i need to do is to stop scheduled shutdown from a process running in 'System' account. I am open to suggestions , if this can be done in any other way too.