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is there a way to end a process that you are denied access to?

 I vowed to my engineering teacher that I would, eventually, figure out how to get around the program he uses to control and lock our computers. he knows I wouldn't use it for bad things (ie using my computer while he's talking) but I just want to try to do it. does anybody know how to end a process, even after it says "access is denied"?

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Do I know ways? Yes.

Will I tell you? No.

JSFI



codongolev (author)  Lithium Rain7 years ago
for some reason, the computers in that room are screwy and the program no longer exists on that computer. imagine that. I didn't notice until everyone else's computer turned blue with the word eureka on it and I was still merrily editing a word file.
codongolev (author)  Lithium Rain7 years ago
I can't find it. I mean, I found things, but it was mostly either code (I have no use for that, I don't know where to put it) or some guy who has so many mispellings that it's less of a how- to and more like gibberish.
You need to dig deeper. Find out where to put the code. Change your search terms. Research is a useful skill. :)
codongolev (author)  Lithium Rain7 years ago
 couldn't find it. but you guys won't tell me, so I'll have to compile a huge list of things to try....
SEARCH FOR IT.


codongolev (author)  Lithium Rain7 years ago
 ....hm..... I did. and I couldn't find it. 
lemonie7 years ago
I'd guess this loads from a network drive off a network log-in, so you really don't have (m)any options if you're using the network log-in.

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Burf7 years ago
Look at your question. The right words are there.
Re-design7 years ago
If we tell you that would be cheating.  You have to figure it out for yourself.  You told you teacher that YOU would figure out a way.