Can any Win2K/WinXP whizzkid help - I'm pulling my hair out here.
I'm a network admin in a school responsible for building a new system and as part of the desktop lockdown I need to entirely restrict access to the display properties for all pupils (all Win2k clients). I've used group policy in Win2K to stop access to most display properties but there doesn't seem to be any policy settings to stop users accessing the graphics properties, which appear as separate options when right-clicking the desktop.
I've looked through every GPO setting available (and I am using updated winXP templates) but there's nothing to allow me to enable graphics restrictions.
1) Does anyone know if graphics properties can be restricted through group policy (Win2K)?
2) If not, does anyone know if the right-click function for the desktop can be totally disabled?
3) Any other ideas. I can't be the only person who's ever needed to do this!
Thanks in advance.