Disable start menu on XP

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I need to block all options on start menu for windows XP using group policy. I have enabled all the options on task bar/start menu settings on group policy ,but still i can see common programs,printer ,control panel etc.. on start menu. Any one know how to remove all this settings? do i have to make changes on registry to fix this?If so how can i imply it through a startup script so that user get the same setting on all machines?

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Arshad
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Q292504 says about making registry changes on machines.How can i implement it through a startup script so that user will get same desktop everywere?

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