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    How do i block users from changing desktop backgrounds and access control panel?

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    These are all areas which can be locked out via Group Policies. Windows Server Group Policy Home is teh home for Group Policy on the MS website. If you are using middleware (eg RM CC3, Viglen Classlink, CSE, etc) then they will have their own particular tools for doing this too.

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    Thanks a lot Tony. Great spot on what I was looking for.

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