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    Is there a gpo to disable or restrict right clicking on 'all programs' in the start menu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrbb View Post
    Is there a gpo to disable or restrict right clicking on 'all programs' in the start menu?
    User config > admin templates > Start Menu and Taskbar

    "Remove drag-and-drop and context menus on the Start Menu"

    And if it's the first time you've looked in that sub-section, peruse the other settings too.

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    Thanks - yeah looked there but didn't try that one!

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