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Remote Desktop Policies

Please let me know how to disable right click event on remote desktop for different users but note that the same event is enable on client machine.. Please reply soon..

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Re: Remote Desktop Policies

Q: Waht are you wanting to disable the right click for, desktop functions, a specific programs, everything? For everything, a service that throws a journal hook, and swallows all right clicks may be a the ticket instead of policies, then you can apply the service based on who is logged in and deny them rights to start or stop the service. Let me know.

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