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    Another alternative is to disable Ctrl+Alt+Del altogether via GPO. It doesn't actually add anything to the user experience.

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    I can't beleive that some staff got uppity about a few extra words on the logon screen, what the hell is wrong with them.

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    Hi, Does anyone know how to do this for promethean boards? The devcon commands on this thread do not work. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Hi, Does anyone know how to do this for promethean boards? The devcon commands on this thread do not work. Thanks
    I don't have the Promethean software installed on anything, but the Smart software loads a driver for the tablet functionality and lists it under Human Interface Devices in Device Manager. The device name has tablet in it so it's easy to find. I'm assuming that this is what that script using Devcon disables. If that is the case it should just be a matter of finding the right Promethean device to disable and using its hardware ID with Devcon. If you don't have it already, I included the x64 version of Devcon in a blog post last year here: Card Readers and Mapped Network Drives - Blogs - EduGeek.net For some reason the standalone download includes the x32 and ia64 versions, but not the x64.

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