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Limiting the use of PDA device

Hi, I am developing an application to use by PDA device (Windows Mobile 5.0)
for a survey. The users should only have access to the application and should
not be able to use other programs in PDA. I need some how to disable the keys
in PDA, disable the start menu or limit anything allow the user to have
access to different features on the device but the application. I was able to
toggle the menu bar or start menu using visual C# windows however when the
user clicks on hard keys or resets the device, it goes back to the original
window. Could someone let me know how I can limit the use of different
features on PDA. Any suggestion on that? Is that possible to develop a
program in visual C# to solve the problem? If so could someone please give me
a hint on that?
Thanks

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Nejadian
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On May 23, 11:41*am, Tammy Nejadian
<TammyNejad...@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
Hi, I am developing an application to use by PDA device (Windows Mobile 5.0)
for a survey. The users should only have access to the application and should
not be able to use other programs in PDA. I need some how to disable the keys
in PDA, disable the start menu or limit anything allow the user to have
access to different features on the device but the application. I was ableto
toggle the menu bar or start menu using visual C# windows however when the
user clicks on hard keys or resets the device, it goes back to the original
window. Could someone let me know how I can limit the use of different
features on PDA. Any suggestion on that? Is that possible to develop a
program in visual C# to solve the problem? If so could someone please giveme
a hint on that?
Thanks

--
Nejadian
Hi,

post this question in the compact franework NG. basically you have to
reassign your keys (they are kept in the registry) also you need to
remove the start menu, which I do not remember how to do it :)
Jun 27 '08 #2

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