[SOLVED] How do I prevent Alt+F4 from being pressed ANYTIME?
Need some advice on how to prevent Alt+F4 from being pressed to exit Windows Internet Explorer 7 when running in Kiosk mode [iexplore.exe -k]. I've tried googling for the last 2 days, and researching a solution, but the only thing I can find is people wanting to get ALT+F4 stopped in their own program when using "forms". I'm not designing a program, I just want to stop ALT+F4 from being pressed to close windows ANY time in windows. I finally got the windows key disabled with a simple registry hack, but it doesn't appear to be that simple with ALT+F4. If anyone has any advice I'd really appreciate it. Working on building a library Kiosk, and it's still sitting in my office here on the work bench as I'm trying to make it absolutely perfect and tamperproof, but that's the one way I can always get around it.
Also, do you know if there's some way I can edit the hosts file or something, or play with the Windows Internet Explorer security settings to make ANY address typed, for example, google.ca or msn.com, go to the library homepage instead? As in, the browser will only view that site and nothing else? If not that's ok, I was just going to remove the default gateway from the machine and give it a static IP so it can only view internal sites. That's just a bonus question :) The real issue is just ALT+F4, because if the window is closed, they're left with a blank desktop with no permissions, even hitting the power button won't shut the machine down, you have no choice but to hold the power button and kill it.