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Hide task bar on NT

By rminter ·
I want to create a global policy, or edit the registry somehow to hide the task bar through out my entire organization. I'm running NT 4.0 workstations. Just wondering if anyone has accomplished this.
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Rob

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Hide task bar on NT

by Philando In reply to Hide task bar on NT

On server go to start, programs, administrative tools,system policy editor.

To create a new policy for a domain

1 On the File menu, click New Policy.

2 To specify the computers to which your Registry-setting changes will apply, you can do the following:

Double-click Default User to change HKEY_CURRENT_USER Registry settings for all computers on the domain.
Double-click Default Computer to change HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Registry settings for all computers on the domain.

3 To add to the Registry settings, click Commands on the Edit menu to do the following:

To change HKEY_CURRENT_USER for specific users, click Add User.
To change HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE for specific computers, click Add Computer.
To change HKEY_CURRENT_USER for specific groups click Add Group.

4 If necessary, finish configuring policy settings for any other policy files you have added, and then click Save As on the File menu.
5 In Save in, specify the Netlogon folder on the primary domain controller (PDC), such as:

\\PDCServerName\netlogon.

6 In File name, type NTconfig.pol, and click Save.

The policy is enforced on each computer running Windows?NT Workstation or Windows?NT Server when users log on

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Hide task bar on NT

by rminter In reply to Hide task bar on NT

I was wondering if you know which key in the registry needs to be changed? Or if you can create a key that will enable the task bar to be hidden.

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