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    Microsoft Speech

    Hi Guys,

    Anybody know how to block the Speech app that microsoft, there is only so much of Microsoft Sam we can stand.

    WE have an RM CC3 Network and are using BrowseControl to block apps so if anyone knows the application it is (its .cpl) so it can be blocked

    Cheers Guys
    - Stuart

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    Use Group Policy to block access to Narrator?

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    or simply write a script so that when people log in, narrator.exe is denied. We have done that so that we can mess around in other ways... IE recording voices on Audacity.

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