Today I can proudly announce the official release of SasLibEx 2.0 which will bring support for new compilers, a native x64 version and some exciting new features!

New Compilers:

SasLibEx 2.0 introduces support for Visual Studio 2010 (C++), RAD Studio 2010 (Delphi and C++ personalities) and the new RAD Studio XE (Delphi and C++).

Native x64:

A separate native x64 version is available for Visual Studio 2005, 2008 or 2010 (C++).

New Features:

SasLibEx 2.0 introduces new unique features, the most important ones being:

  • New method to simulate the Secure Attention Sequence (SAS aka Ctrl-Alt-Del) with only user permissions.
  • New Switch console function to reconnect closed RDP sessions for remote control.
  • SasLibEx could already Lock and Unlock (without credentials) the Desktop, now there is also a function to determine if a Desktop or Session is Locked.
  • Log off any session from a service.
  • Retrieve the user’s name from a service.

Just like the old features, the new features do not require User Account Control to be enabled, nor does it require signing your executables.

If you would like to know more, upgrade or order please contact me using the Contact Form or directly by e-mail:


If you didn’t read before about SasLibEx and what it can do please read my earlier posts about it.