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How to determined installed windows programs and disabel some using vb

How to determined installed windows programs and disabel some using vb

How to determined installed windows programs and disabel some using vb

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Hi, am relatively new to vb programming. Im doing a project about a cyber software and would like to know how i could list all the programs installed on a client computer from the server and disable some.
Anybody with an idea or a place with tutorials on programming with windows regisrty?
Thanks,
otigo

RE: How to determined installed windows programs and disabel some using vb

This forum is geared towards the Windows API, and as a suggestion, if you're a VB programmer, you'll need to know how to make calls to DLLs in order to make use of any suggestions that people have.  So I would learn how to use the Declare statement while you're waiting.

Chip H.

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