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Clear the Run box via Group Policy?

Posted on 2006-06-21
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Hello,

Is there a way through group policy to clear the contents of the RUN box (start>>run) on windows 2000/XP workstations?

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You can try this:  http://www.jsifaq.com/SUBH/tip3600/rh3659.htm

That's the only setting I can find that "might" do it.  It will clear recently used files so I would assume it will clear the recent RUN commands as well, but I could be wrong.
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That worked. Thanks!
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