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Remove Administrator Tool from Window 2008 R2 Remtoe Desktop Services session?

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Using GPO will be OK but I could not locate that in GPO template. I removed Control Panel, but the administrative tool is there needed to be removed. Thanks.
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I found in GPO to disable it, but it still shows up in All Programs. Of course, no one can use it, but I can to hide it completely. Anyone knows how? Thanks.
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