troubleshooting Question

Sticky Keys and High Contrast ARRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!

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Windows XPWindows Server 2003
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Hi, I have written some custom ADM's to disable Sticky Keys, Toggle Keys, Mouse Keys, High Contrast and Keyboard Response and these work well ..or so I thought.

Unfortunately the normal quiet of my day was interrupted today when the annoying warble of accessibility once more drifted down the corridors. It would seem that as the registry keys are stored in HKCU, if no one is logged on the keyboard shortcuts are re-enabled, or are only disabled once a user logs on if your prefer.

Does anyone have any idea how I can modify my windows server 2003 adm so as it is active on the default logon screen of an XP workstation as well as when users are logged in?

Me and my frayed nerves would be forever grateful!!!
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