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Restricting the Start Menu, Explorer and the Desktop

In Category: Desktop

There are many general restrictions you can make to the Start Menu, the Explorer and to the Desktop itself.

1. Start Regedit
2. Go to HKEY_Current_User / Software / Microsoft / Windows / CurrentVersion / Policies
3. There should already be at least a Explorer section there already
4. Additional keys that can be created under Policies are WinOldApp
5. You can then add DWORD values set to 1 in the appropriate keys
6. To re-enable them, either delete the key or set the value to 0

* ClearRecentDocsOnExit = Clear of Recent Documents on Exit
* NoAddPrinter = Adding new printers
* NoClose = Computer Shutdown
* NoDeletePrinter = Delete Installed Printers
* NoDesktop = Doesn't show Desktop items as well as and Desktop right-click menu
* NoDevMgrUpdate = Windows 98/ME web Update Manager
* NoDrives [hex] = Hides Drives in my computer
* NoFind = Find command
* NoInternetIcon = Internet Icon on Desktop
* NoNetHood = Network Neighborhood
* NoRecentDocsHistory = Recent Documents in Start Menu
* NoRun = Run command
* NoSaveSettings = Save Settings on exit
* NoSetFolders = Folders in Start Menu -> Settings
* NoSetTaskbar = Taskbar in Start Menu -> Settings
* NoSMMyDocs = My Documents folder in Start Menu
* NoSMMyPictures = My Pictures folder in Start Menu
* NoWindowsUpdate = Windows web Updat

 
 

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