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    Hi all,
    quick question , I was wondering how you all deal with right click in Windows 7 previously we used XP but now on Windows 7 (with new policies), we had disabled right click but now we need to allow it for our students to create new folders in their home drives , does anyone use a program to trim the context menus or what do you do to deal with this?
    any help with this would be greatly appreciated

    Embazzy

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    Whats wrong with the context menu? Maybe we can go about fixing that rather than finding a program.

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    Leaving the context menu available is no security risk and without it limits users creating folders, renaming files etc... making it considerably more difficult.

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