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Accessibility Options??!!!!

By KahunaNui ·
The older versions of Windows allowed you to REALLY do a Custom install. At least they gave you a lot more flexibility than Win2K.

Is there any way to either do a Custom install of Win2k (either Pro or Server) WITHOUT having to install all of the Accessibility Options and/or other such "enhancements", or delete them afterword. We can find no applicable switch or any information on this anywhere. There is no doubt with each new version of windows, more and more software is installed no matter if you need it or want it. We would like to shave down the initial install. We thank you for your help.

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by KahunaNui In reply to Accessibility Options??!! ...

Hold on thar varlet!!! OK, we know about the info on editing the SYSOC.INF file as is laid out in MS doc Q223182. However, it seems that Microsoft STILL believes that all other human beings are physically handicapped in some way, as
no matter howwe edit this file, we can't see anyway of removing the Accessibility Utilities or Options. Anyone got anything on that?!! There MUST be another way other than just deleting the executables and such.

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by dmiles In reply to Accessibility Options??!! ...

1)The Custom installation option is available during the initial setup of W2K,as what programs you would like to specify, to install

Accessability
The other option is to use Utility Manager to Stop the Specified Program

To Open Utility Manager,click Start->Programs->Accessories->Accessability,then click Utility Manager,this option will only stop the service,but it will start again on next boot,uncheck the appropiate box to specify otherwise

To Remove a Windows Component,use the Add/Remove Programs,you will need Administrators rights to remove components

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