I've found a thread about it that i remember reading
Ah yeh, I have the appropriate policy for disallowing right clicking the Start Menu, they've no need for that!
It just annoyed me when I'd to helpa kid and try right-clicking and it wouldn't work, ggrrr..
@ boomam, yeh my bad it's "Remove windows explorers default context menu"
@ mrforgetful, Yep it's annoying but it's surprising how quick they get used to it, we allow the staff to have right click though.
So if i enabled the one refering to the start menu, then the staff get right clicks, but on the downside, they can access C: ?
"So if i enabled the one refering to the start menu"
Not quite sure i get you?
The problem that i was refering too alows users to access network places not the C: drive.
@ boomam, User config --> Administrative Templates --> Windows Components --> Windows Explorer
This isnt clear to me, so lets start afresh. :
How do i enable right clicking, as i cant find the GP setting to do s?.
And what are the security implications of enabling it?
Sorry i thought someone else had already listed some security implications earlier in the thread.
To enable right clicking disable the "Remove windows explorers default context menu"
That setting isnt there?
Tell a lie, it is.
I enabled that, but right clicking only works on menu's?
And im 100% certain that the right click on menu's option is the one i selected?
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