VS 2010 Unlock Machine When The Application Receives The Unlock Command
May 13, 2010
My request is a difficult one. What I wish to do is unlock a machine when my program recieves a command. I have searced a lot and found nothing which helps. The reason I wish to do this is simple. I have created an application which allows me to send SMS messages to my computer via twitter. One of the commands is to lock the work station. This was implemented without any problem. However, I do not know how to unlock it when the application recieves the unlock command.
I have different query in access and vb.net.Sometimes record are inserted sometimes not.All coding is correct.when record is not inserted,it gives an exception that'could not open;database is locked'What is this exception???My database is not having password.
I have a voice program that can compare voices to stored voice files and identify people based on that. It's not the most accurate thing, since being sick or other weird things can make it fail, but it does work for the most part. I was wondering if there was a way to keep the voice recognition running during an unlock and wait for the person who locked it to come back. Upon giving the command and voice verification, if it passes, the computer is unlocked by my program. Is there anyway to do this in VB.NET?Summary: Can a program unlock a computer after it's locked?
I'm trying to develop a decent answering software that can reply to anything that the person inputed. For example this would be in a chat software, when the user receives Hello? the chat program would reply to the sender "Hi, how are you?" or what ever the person away has set up.[code]
I want to make an app in VB Express 2010 that receives emails. Once an email is received the program would auto reply and send one line of text from a textbox. Then next to the line in the textbox it will put the email address of the recipient and a forward slash. So look at it this way.
When that finishes then the next email that comes in would receive line 2 in the textbox and line 2 in the textbox would change like above. I think i can use a message queue from the tools in vb. And the email client is gmail.
I've had a search through a number of extremely useful articles on the forums, however rather than reinvent the wheel I thought I would ask if anyone already had what I am looking for..A simply little VB app that opens a session to a specific IP port and then writes to a test file everything it receives. If the connection drops, simply re-stablish it and keep listening for text to write to the file.
I have developed a VB 2010 express application that works on my windows 7 machine, but when I deploy it to other windows 7 machines the application will not run at all. I created an msi script to install the software on other machines and it includes the .NET 4.0 framework an all of my application dll's and such. Any idea what might be he problem?
I have written a program and it seems to work fine when i am running it in the environment.When I create a program to distrubute to another computer it will not run.I thought it might be a problem with the other computer but I tried to install it on the same computer I designed it on and it will not run there either.When I run it a message box pops up saying "Application cannot be started. Contact to application vendor."[code]
We are using a Windows 7 virtual machine as a testing platform for our VB 6 application. Th application utilizes an Access database.The application locates the database by looking at a configuration (ini) file.When I install the application on the virtual machine, it places a database where InstallShield directs it to and writes that path to the ini file. All well and good.However,somehow a second copy of the database is created in a user local folder.
If the user uses the "run as administrator" option, the application uses the database that is in the location designated in the ini file and that works fine. But if the user does not select the "run as administrator" option, the application apparently somehow attempts to use the local database and is unable to locate it.
Is this behavior is peculiar to the virtual machine, or is it something we need to be concerned about on "real" Windows 7 systems?If it is peculiar to the virtual machine, is there some way to get the virtual machine to behave more normally?
my database on sql server 2005.my application is completely working in my computer.but on other machine sql server 2005 login error.sql server does not allow remote server.please how can i load my application on other computer.
When it is installed on a machine, it will run for all users. But for some users, it is unable to get some data from the database. I have found out that if it is run-as either administrator,or in winxp compatibility mode, it works. But if not, then some users have the problem.The database is in the same C: drive location as the exe, and it doesn't change from user to user.The computer is using windows 7 professional 32-bit.
I have created an application which uses an sql server connection as its datasource. The problem I'm having is that the application needs to work on computer that has no network connection. How Can i change the datasource so that on runtime it can work off a machine that is not connected to a network? The datasource from the sql connection only contains one table with no data. It only needs to be updated with a target folder that can be changed to any location on any computer already written in the code.
The connection string suddenly stands as: Dim MyConnectionString As String = "Data Source=MY-PC;Initial Catalog=ImageLocs;User Id=test;Password=test;Pooling=False"
I Converted my project(Its contain the rdo2.0's) from vb6.0 to Vb.net 2005. Its working fine in development machine( in Development have the Vb6.0 and Vb.net 2005). But its not work in Client machine. Its asking the rdo2.0 introp's. How to install the rdo2.0 's to client machine with out installing vb6.0. If i installed vb6.0 at client machine its work fine. How to install rdo2.0's in client machine without vb6.0.
How can an application, running on a production server, access the login username of the machine that a user is accessing an application from? For example, I am currently logged into my machine on the INTRA corporate intranet. My username will be INTRAUsername. I have added specific usernames to a database and wish to check this intranet username against the database to restrict access to an application and leverage the username across the application.Currently, I am using the following code to access the username:rivate username As String = Thread.CurrentPrincipal.Identity.Namehis is working great on localhost, but when authenticating against the database on a development server, I'm getting the following error:
Ive got my application running at startup on my computer. But how can i make my application start up on any machine ? Do i need my app to create a reg key ? Also what path do i use for it to start up on other machines ?
Heres the code im using to start it up on my machine.
Private Sub Form1_FormClosing(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.FormClosingEventArgs) Handles MyBase.FormClosing If CheckBox1.Checked = True Then
If I develop a VB2010 Windows Forms application on a 64 bit machine, can I deploy it to a 32 bit machine?The 32 bit machine has .NET Framework 4 Extended on it.Or can I tell the 64 bit compiler to go 32 bit? I have VS Pro on the 64 bit machine.I don't want to leave any development package on the 32 bit machine, which will be transferred to a client.jeyoung
My local machine is using windows application for an appointment fixing .I want to retreive data from webserver DB which also does appointment fixing by online for the same organisation.So I want both these to work in co-ordination.As my first step I want to import data.
I develop an application using vb.net.application will run on client server architecture.when we try to execute the program in client side then it will give me an error which is related to sqlclientexception.how can i handle this situation.i used vb.net 3.5 as front end and sql server 2000 as back end.i have done total coding with system.data.sqlclient namespace.
I am trying to execute exe file on remote machine using wmi. Its basically work on 50%, but problem is interactive process it execute the app but i can't see any window or form but I can see app is running in the task manager. Does not need to be vwi, might different method, but I dont want to use psexec tool.
My function: Public Function StartEXEonRemote(ByVal machine As String, ByVal file As String) As String Dim wmi As ManagementClass Dim wmi_in, wmi_out As ManagementBaseObject Dim retValue As Integer [Code] .....