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    Didn't get chance to explore this afternoon so I'll ask here. Is there a group policy restriction to hide/block accessibility tools such as magnifier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Didn't get chance to explore this afternoon so I'll ask here. Is there a group policy restriction to hide/block accessibility tools such as magnifier?
    You could use software restriction policy to block the app.

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    I'm looking to unblock rather than block. Just wondering how it's blocked.

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    Is it blocked in software restriction lol

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    Magnification is disabled by default. Try holding down the windows key and press U. This should bring up the utility manager with narrator speech running and magnification disabled. Magnification can then be enabled and speech disabled (if you want).

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Is it blocked in software restriction lol
    I'll look when I'm in again.



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