You will need to do a whole lot of research into each and
capture program in existence and find out from the
manufacturer how to
circumvent their product. So, basically, no. It is really
think that once a person has anything on their computer that
not find a way to copy it or pieces of it if they want to. It
reason that movie studios and record companies spend millions
on copy protection when all it does is make the legitimate
uncomfortable, and doesn't slow the pirates down at all. The
can hope to do is block out the print screen button (as was
one of your numerous cross-posts) and thus block out the
Anyone who really wants to get a screenshot will be able to
what you try to do to prevent it.
For instance, one could use a virtualization program like
the program in the virtual machine, then take the screenshot
Or one could open the program on one computer, then connect
to it with a
screen sharing program like NetMeeting and take a screenshot
You can remap the screen capture function of Windows to a
These are just off the top of my head. There are many other
it for someone who really wants to get around it.
You can not stop it. Your best bet is to do your due
prevent it from being too easy.