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remove "Confirm File Delete" dialogue

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In Windows 2K, how can I eliminate the Confirm File Delete dialogue that appears when I place something in the Recycle Bin?  I know it is a quick registry edit but I'm not sure where.  Thanks.
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Right click on the Recycle Bin and choose properties under the Global tab uncheck "Display Delete confirmation dialog"


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Should have known there was a simple way to do it.  Many thanks.
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