Remove or disable CLOSING or exiting "X" options on a windows application

I have a windows application that I want to use on a Kiosk.  I want this to stay open at all times.  I want all exiting possibilities disabled.  I do not know anything about programming.  Is there a way to do this using window registry or a step-by-step procedure.  Thanks in advance
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It's possible to do it using Group policy editor (GPO) and this does not require programming.
r_yagueAuthor Commented:
Where in GPO.  There's thousands of them there.  I've spent hours there already.

Here is one shareware called WinTopMost...


And here is one freeware called TrayDevil...
I know you can start Internet Explorer in 'kiosk' mode, which hides all the menus, window controls, etc. Under Windows 3.x you used to be able to replace the Windows shell (Program Manager) with another application such as Word, so that Windows would start up and open up *only* Word, which you could use as normal. Then when you closed the application down Windows would shutdown as well.

You could try Googling for something along the lines of above - try 'Windows kiosk mode' or something similar.

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