How do I lock down CTRL functions in IE6?
Posted on 2004-04-16
I am setting up a kiosk-mode PC running IE. Trouble is there are various CTRL combinations which compromise the security of the machine to a greater or lesser extent, or are just simply annoying. Examples are, CTRL-O, CTRL-P, CTRL-L and CTRL-E. I want to disable all these but can find no way to do it. I have tried keyboard remapping, and that doesn't appear to work (unless I'm doing something wrong). I can't believe these features absolutely can't be locked down so has anyone got any ideas, preferably in the form of a reg hack.