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General Chat Thread, ALT Shift And Print screen in General; hmm it works for us fine. The user must log off and log back on for the keys to be ...
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    hmm it works for us fine. The user must log off and log back on for the keys to be disabled.
    try a gpresult using GPMC to confirm its running.

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    We have special accounts setup for anyone who has a DDA requirement, so we have absolutely no problem with killing magical keys like this.

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    Why did i try and use CTRL + ALT + ESC after being told that it crashes IE!? It's like having a big red button "DO NOT PRESS"... I pressed it

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    I have applied this but when i press the shortcut it pops up a message about turning high contrast on.
    Do you run the script on logon or on startup, or both.
    It is currently set for logon, does the script run under there logon or as an admin, could it be an access issue.

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    It should be in logon for the users yeh. Try logging off and on and see if it works then.
    Its a user registry key so no admin is needed.

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    currently have this in the logon script

    'Turns off StickyKeys
    wshShell.RegWrite "HKCU\Control Panel\Accessibility\StickyKeys\Flags", "506", "REG_SZ"

    'Turns off high contrast
    wshShell.RegWrite "HKCU\Control Panel\Accessibility\HighContrast\Flags", "122", "REG_SZ"

    'set high contrast theme
    wshShell.RegWrite "HKCU\Control Panel\Accessibility\HighContrast\High Contrast Scheme", "Windows Standard", "REG_SZ"
    Have i missed anything or made any mistakes. With this it still does not disable it.

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    hmmm... now I've done it and I can't get it back!!! Silly me! Hah... so has the other guy!

    We're silly!

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    ahh sorted it now.

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    tomscaper: Can you just paste whats in the wiki and create a new logon script and see if it works then. It may be a problem in the script you are using.

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