The MB ShellSpy Control

The MB ShellSpy Control

This control lets you know when the user performs any file system operation, such as file or folder creation, deletion, renaming, and so on. In additionm you can know when a network drive is added or removed, when a media support (e.g. a CD) is inserted or removed, when the user adds or removes a printer or an Internet connection, and when a file association is created or edited. You can decide to spy the entire system or only a specific drive or folder. For each event you know the new and the old path and PIDL of the file/folder. A typical use of this control could be inside a file system log application. Get the source code.


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