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Dans le menu d'une fenetre, y a VIEW (affichage) et puis FOLDER OPTION (avec IE4) pour selectionner l'affichage des fichiers HIDDEN (cachés). Je souhaiterais rendre cette option inaccessible .. Comment faire ? (peut etre dans la base de registre )Pole edit  ne sait le faire !!!

In a window, there is a VIEW menu with the sub command FOLDER OPTIOn (with IE4) which allows a user to see or to hide the HIDDEN files .. HOW to disable this command or hide the view MENU ?? (perhaps in the registry base...) POLEDIT CAN'T PERFORM this action .. :(
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Restrictions without running Poledit
If you want to make restrictions to what users can do without having to running Poledit,
changes can be made directly to the Registry.
This will allow you to make a REG file with the specific restrictions you want
and importing them all at once.
1.Start Regedit
2.Go to HKEY_Current_User / Software / Microsoft / CurrentVersion / Policies
3.There should already be at least a Explorer
4.Additional keys that can be created under Policies are System, Network and WinOldApp
5.You can then add DWORD values set to 1 in the appropriate keys
6.In the Explorer key you can add:
NoDeletePrinter - Disables Deletion of Printers
NoAddPrinter - Disables Addition of Printers
NoRun - Disables Run Command
NoSetFolders - Removes Folders from Settings on Start Menu
NoSetTaskbar - Removes Taskbar from Settings on Start Menu
NoFind - Removes the Find Command
NoDrives - Hides Drives in My Computers
NoNetHood - Hides the Network Neighborhood
NoDesktop - Hides all items on the Desktop
NoClose - Disables Shutdown
NoSaveSettings - Don't save settings on exit
DisableRegistryTools - Disable Registry Editing Tools - NOTE: Be Careful of this one
7.In the System key you can enter:
NoDispCPL - Disable Display Control Panel
NoDispBackgroundPage - Hide Background Page
NoDispScrSavPage - Hide Screen Saver Page
NoDispAppearancePage - Hide Appearance Page
NoDispSettingsPage - Hide Settings Page
NoSecCPL - Disable Password Control Panel
NoPwdPage - Hide Password Change Page
NoAdminPage - Hide Remote Administration Page
NoProfilePage - Hide User Profiles Page
NoDevMgrPage - Hide Device Manager Page
NoConfigPage - Hide Hardware Profiles Page
NoFileSysPage - Hide File System Button
NoVirtMemPage - Hide Virtual Memory Button
8.In the Network key you can enter:
NoNetSetupSecurityPage - H
NoNetSetup - Disable the Network Control Panel
NoNetSetupIDPage - Hide Identification Page
NoNetSetupSecurityPage - Hide Access Control Page
NoFileSharingControl - Disable File Sharing Controls
NoPrintSharing - Disable Print Sharing Controls
9.In the WinOldApp key you can enter:
Disabled - Disable MS-DOS Prompt
NoRealMode - Disables Single-Mode MS-DOS

If you need help please comment.
back up registry 1st
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