Windows XP Tips: Play around registry-More Options

Launch Regedit and go to the following Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER /Software/Microsoft/CurrentVersion/Policies Under this key, there will definitely be a key named explorer. Now under this explorer key we can create new DWORD values and modify it's value to 1 in order to impose the restriction. If you want to remove the Restriction, then you can simply  delete the respective DWORD values  or instead change their values to 0.

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 The following is a list of DWORD values that can be created under the Explorer Key: 

NoDeletePrinter: Disables Deletion of already installed Printers  

NoAddPrinter: Disables Addition of new Printers  

NoRun : Disables or hides the Run Command  

NoSetFolders:  Removes  Folders  from  the  Settings  option  on  Start  Menu  (Control Panel, Printers, Taskbar)  

NoSetTaskbar:  Removes  Taskbar  system  folder  from  the  Settings  option  on  Start Menu  

NoFind: Removes the Find Tool (Start >Find)  

NoDrives: Hides and does not display any Drives in My Computer  

NoNetHood: Hides or removes the Network Neighborhood icon from the desktop  

NoDesktop:  Hides  all  items  including,  file,  folders  and  system  folders  from  the Desktop  

NoClose:  Disables  Shutdown  and  prevents  the  user  from  normally  shutting  down Windows. 

NoSaveSettings: Means to say, 'Don't save settings on exit'  DisableRegistryTools: Disable Registry Editing Tools (If you disable this option, the Windows Registry Editor(regedit.exe) too will not work.)  

NoRecentDocsHistory:  Removes  Recent  Document  system  folder  from  the  Start Menu (IE 4 and above)  

ClearRecentDocsOnExit: Clears the Recent Documents system folder on Exit.  

Nolnternetlcon: Removes the Internet (system folder) icon from the Desktop  

Now create a new key and name it System. Under this new key, system we can create the following new DWORD values  

NODispCPL: Hides Control Panel  

NoDispBackgroundPage: Hides Background page.  

NoDispScrsavPage: Hides Screen Saver Page  

NoDispAppearancePage: Hides Appearance Page  

NoDispSettingsPage: Hides Settings Page  

NoSecCPL: Disables Password Control Panel  

NoPwdPage: Hides Password Change Page  

NoAdminPaqe: Hides Remote Administration Page  

NoProfilePage: Hides User Profiles Page  

NoDevMgrPage: Hides Device Manager Page  

NoConfigPage: Hides Hardware Profiles Page 

NoFileSysPage: Hides File System Button  

NoVirtMemPage: Hides Virtual Memory Button  

Similarly, if  we create a  new subkey named Network, we can add the following DWORD values under it: 

NoNetSetupSecurityPage: Hides Network Security Page  

NoNelSetup: Hides or disables the Network option in the Control Panel  

NoNetSetupIDPage: Hides the Identification Page  

NoNetSetupSecurityPage: Hides the Access Control Page  

NoFileSharingControl: Disables File Sharing Controls  

NoPrintSharing: Disables Print Sharing Controls. 

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