I'm using Windows XP on a company issued computer at a client I work for and they have a password changing utility that pops up and forces you to change your password every month or so. They've disabled closing, minimizing, or moving the password changer application around. It also sits in front of any other application on your desktop, so you can't see anything behind it. The move option is even disabled when you click on the app in the task bar.
Here is the context menu when I click on the app in the system tray:
Here is what I see in the menu when I click on the top left icon on the app:
After you change your password, it forces you to restart your machine, but it gives you a chance to close your apps. The problem is that the password changer is often times sitting right on top of any dialog boxes that pop up when you try to close your apps.
I don't want to kill the app, because I've been warned that they monitor for that and will get in trouble. But, I would like to be able to move it so that I can close my apps before restarting my machine. Is there any way (utility) to force a window to move even if moving is disabled?