Re: Hiding menus and buttons
It seems I have not tried kiosk mode the right way. Kiosk mode seems to do
the job. However, I'm still having trouble with the Active Desktop and Web
Views in the left of the page (File and Folder Tasks, Other Places and
Details). I enabled the policy "Turn on classic shell" of Windows Explorer
policy setting, but it is still showing.
How to remove those options so that the user is left with only whatever
folder i will run the IE with?
> gpedit.msc > Administrative Templates> Windows Components>Internet
> Explorer - disable "Turn on menu bar by default"
> Make sure you are using the IE7 ADM files -
> Have you tried Kiosk mode? Launch IE with the Kiosk mode command parameter -
> iexplore.exe -k
> "yba02" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > Running XP Pro SP2.
> > I have a particular need to run IE in Explorer mode. For that, I need to
> > hide just everything in the top part, such as menu items, buttons, address
> > bar, etc. I want it a blank page with whatever content I will run it
> > with.
> > Trying group policy did most of the job. However, View is still there and
> > ticking its Folders option will show things I need to hide.
> > Any ideas are really appreciated.
> > Thanks
> > Yahya