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remove server management button and powershell terminal services server

Posted on 2010-09-14
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Hi,

I might be missing something obvious, but is there a group policy to remove the powershell and server management button from the taskbar.  This is for a terminal services server.

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Matt
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If your users don't have admin rights why worry?
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its in a school.  the kids get distracted (or attracted) by anything!  the less you give them to click on the better.
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its in a school.  the kids get distracted (or attracted) by anything!  the less you give them to click on the better.

You have a point there indeed!
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