GPO to remove "Games" from programs menu

Id like to put a Group Policy in place that removes the "games" menu from Start > Programs. What is the best way to do this and deploy it across my network?

Thanks.
bfilipekAsked:
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Netman66Commented:
Likely only using a logon script.

rd %userprofile%\StartM~1\Programs\Games /s /q


Of course, you'll have to tailor the path for your workstations.



artthegeekCommented:
That's a great solution - be sure to apply it to the "All User" profile:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Games

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isd503Commented:
Actually the scenario from Netman66 is more accurate because the games need to be removed from all the profiles currently established on the machine.
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artthegeekCommented:
It is in the "All Users" profile on each local machine, not the individual user profile.
TheCleanerCommented:
and for a suggestion...make a "default image" that you deploy (manually, using RIS, using SMS, whatever), and have that image not have the games installed or in the start menu.
bfilipekAuthor Commented:
Points slplit. artthegeek was correct on the directory to move.
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