[Psi-devel] Re: Task#340 - Communication Between Running Psi
normanr at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 08:06:44 PDT 2005
When creating 'objects' (like neamed pipes, mutexes, etc) under a
win32 multi user environement they are created in the local user
domain by default, unless you specify to create them in the global
domain. By creating the globally, you have access to them from all
user profiles and even services.
On 15/07/05, Maciek Niedzielski <machekku at miroku.uaznia.net> wrote:
> On Pt Lipca 15 2005, 15:25, Hal Rottenberg napisał(a):
> > I don't know if this is a valid point or not, but what happens when
> > you are running multiple users simultaneously on a system? This could
> > easily happen on Linux or Win XP or Server.
> On WinXP, programs of one user doesn't see programs of another user.
> I discovered this when trying to trick an app which wouldn't allow running
> two instances at once.
> xmpp:machekku at chrome.pl
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