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Removing the Start Bar via Registry

By alex ·
How do you remove the start bar via registry. I have been tasked with creating a mandatory profile on Windows 2000 Professional where the start bar is removed. (not using task manager to hide or drag and drop, it will always reappear.)

I know how to lock down the workstation by removing all the options on the start bar and getting rid of the right clicks with registry commands for a given user. Can this be extended by removing the whole start bar.

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by pbgerrard In reply to Removing the Start Bar vi ...

Open the start menu, and select run. Type poledit. Open the default file when given a choice of file to open. Select user. Somewhere in there should be an option to hide start menu.

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by alex In reply to Removing the Start Bar vi ...

Answer 1 works if you have the server version, my question is for the workstation version of Win2K, ie professional. This
must be done via registry. Does anyone know how to do this using regedt32?

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by alex In reply to Removing the Start Bar vi ...

Answer 1 works if you have the server version, my question is for the workstation version of Win2K, ie professional. This must be done via registry.

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