|KiXtart 2001 Manual|
you to enable (BREAK ON) or disable (BREAK
OFF) the ctrl+c/break
keys and the Close command.
This effectively allows you to control whether the script being run by
KiXtart can be interrupted or not.
<ON | OFF>
By default, to prevent
users from inadvertently interrupting a script, KiXtart automatically
disables the ctrl+c/break
keys, disables the Close
command in the System menu of
the current command-prompt window, and hides the Please
wait while your logon script executes message box on Windows 9x.
In a multi-tasking
environment such as Windows NT, you cannot fully prevent users from
interrupting a program. (They can end programs by using the Task List, for
example.) As an additional protection, on computers running Windows NT
or Windows 2000 only, when BREAK is
OFF (the default) KiXtart also
installs a special event handler for the current console. The effect of
this handler is that whenever a user forcibly terminates KiXtart, the user
is automatically logged off. This means that you must be careful when
Tip> On Windows 9X, the Please wait while your logon script executes message box contains a Cancel button, which you can hide by opening a copy of Msnet32.dll in Visual C 4.00 WorkBench, selecting the LMWINSCRIPTDLG resource, and making the Cancel button invisible.