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Playing with windows xp system32 files

 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2007 11:01 pm    Post subject: Playing with windows xp system32 files Reply with quote

HI there,

I am playing with windows xp system32 files. logonui.exe has my attention now. that is the user interface for loging in to windows. winlogon (and maybe lssas?) handles the actual log in. Anyway. I have replaced logonui.exe by taskmgr.exe. This works, it displays taskmgr and it works but when I want to launch a program by taskmgr its says "Not enough quota available to process this command". When I add a piece of code to the original logonui.exe which trys to launch a program it does not work. Although I quit programs using taskmgr it keeps saying that...

What about this? I dont know why windows gives me this message.

Thanks in advance,
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