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Removing Start button, and keyboard icon when an app is running

Hi, i am using my PDA (tosh e800) to access terminal services on a win 2k machine, using windows mobile 2003/pocket PC 2003 - in landscape mode.
Term services runs fine, but i have the windows 'start button' at the top of the screen, and at the bottom i have the option to type stuff in using the keyboard if i press the Keyboard icon. This is wasting valuable screen space! and if the user presses 'start' at the top they can play games and mess around !!!
How can i remove these two options(the top and bottom of the screen layout) so that once connected to terminal services, the whole screen is dedicated to the terminal services session and the user cannot escape from it ?

Added bonus for me would be if someone could tell me how i can auto launch a specific terminal services session whenever i turn on the PDA. Before i throw the damn thing on the floor and drop kick it  :)
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Mikal613Commented:
HEre is a registry HAck

http://www.winguides.com/registry/display.php/939/

If that doesnt work

then

http://www.trancreative.com/mb.aspx

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Mikal613Commented:
When i setup Terminal services you have a static Host Information so just put the Terminal services in the \Windows\Startup folder and it will start.
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rama_krishna580Commented:
Hi,

Look at these posts here it may help you..
http://www.talkroot.com/archivee/index.php/f-96.html

R.K
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Mikal613Commented:
split
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rama_krishna580Commented:
Points should Split...

R.K
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