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Need to TOTALLY lock down IE 6 on 2003 Terminal Server for Intranet thru Citrix

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We are publishing IE direct to an intranet web page. We have locked all Group Policy under Internet Explorer Headings. We still have the help menu and a few others that allow the user to browse/play. If we could force a full screen (F11) this kills the menu and would be possibly OK. Policy only allows enabling/disabling the option not the feature. IEAK doesnt work with TS. We've tried. Besides we have no desire to reinstall IE on our TS. Microsoft has article 823057 which shows that you can use a NoHelpMenu Dword for instance...but it doesn't work. If we could kill the whole menu, that would be good.  Please help.
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    To start Internet Explorer in kiosk (full-screen) mode, you include the -k command line option when starting IEXPLORE.EXE, such as the following:

    iexplore -k example.microsoft.com
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