Controling the side bar gadgets with group policy

Hi does any one know how I can control the gadgets listed on windows side bar using group policy?
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dm_mcelduffAsked:
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dm_mcelduffConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Solved the issue with some help at the link below on how to administer windows vista with GPO:
http://technet2.microsoft.com/windowsserver/en/technologies/featured/gp/faq.mspx
Thanks for your help anyway :)
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maninblac1Commented:
As best i can find, there are only 4 items that can be controlled with GPO.

They are detailed here.
http://www.biztechmagazine.com/article.asp?item_id=330
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dm_mcelduffAuthor Commented:
Hi thnaks for that but I need to know where in group policy to set the restrictions or if there is an adm available that some one has created, sorry I know that sounds like I am being lazy but I would rather use an ADM someone has created and tested than create and test an ADM on a live network potentially causing issues and creating problems.
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maninblac1Commented:
Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Sidebar
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dm_mcelduffAuthor Commented:
Its not there! :( I had a look through all the GPO objects on the domain but I can not find the windows sidebar  option
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maninblac1Commented:
I'm not sure what to tell you, i see all 4 in Vista Business.
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dm_mcelduffAuthor Commented:
Just as a bit of info I am using GPMC on the domain controller to check the group policy objects
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