Excellent thank you so much and yes, you got the English correct too.
Once again, thanks for your help.
Bob Cudmore (UK)
> "Bob Cudmore" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> > Can anybody tell me how I can remove the Admin Tools and Control panel
> > from
> > STANDARD user menus on Vista Ultimate? I still want Administrators to
> > have
> > access to these and other 'system' programmes, but cannot permit Standard
> > users and Guest accounts to have these facilities available.
> > I have looked at C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\StartMenu but with
> > various
> > other 'start menu' and 'desktop' files in a variety of locations on the C:
> > Drive, its difficult to identify which is the 'base (generic menu) and
> > which
> > is user specific.
> > On XP it was a breeze in C:\Documents and Settings\All Uers\Desktop was
> > the
> > generic (base) file while C:\Douments and Settings\All
> > Users\USERNAME\Desktop
> > was the unique USER desktop.
> > Any help gratefully appreciated.
> > --
> > Bob Cudmore (UK)
> First of all, it doesn't harm, if those entries are available in standard
> users startmenu - because thouse user accounts can't use administrator tools
> without a admin password.
> One chance you have: Right click Start button, select Properties in context
> menu and switch off the "Control Panel" option. Hope the command names are
> right (doesn't have an English Vista). All Settings should be user
> And also, you should be able to use Group policies to configure Start menu
> Hope this helps
> G. Born (DE)