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QuestionHow I can isolate a Keyboard in the operative system? Pin
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mveDave Kreskowiak10-Apr-12 8:11 
You picked the wrong hardware for this requirement. You're using a USB barcode scanner running as a HID device. That, as you've found, runs as a keyboard to Windows. Had you picked either a serial- or network-based scanner, you wouldn't have to write a single line of code to satisfy your requirement. The scanner won't show up as a keyboard.

Now, since you've picked the wrong hardware interface, you have to spend an awful lot of time writing code to get around this problem. The only way to do that now is to write an application that is essentially a global keyboard hook.

You'd be using the same code that you used from the example article in an application that, instead of processing the key and using it, eats the key and doesn't pass it on to the system.

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