Enter time before you do something in your computer.

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    Enter time before you do something in your computer.

    Hi,

    What I really want is to have a system such that whenever user will login into the system, it will open windows application , as a popup and where user has to enter his start time and end time of when user worked in the previous working day. Through this way we can enforse users to collect their working hours.

    How can I achieve this?

    Can I modify login screen so that user has to enter start and end date with login details?

    This information will go to the centralised database through the web service.

    Thanks,
    Amit

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    You can start programs when a user logs in.
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE or HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    \Software\Microsoft\CurrentVersion\Run
    Or put it in the Autostart folders on the start-menu on individual users or the common start-menu (all users).
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    If you're on a Windows domain, I'm sure you can achieve the same thing by pushing your file out and running it at user logon via Group Policy.

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