I've created an IE9 ThinApp for a line of business application in our environment. I have successfully created a number of restrictions using the registry key [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbars\Restrictions], however I have not found one that will prevent users from pressing the Alt key and gaining access to the Menu Bar when IE is in focus.
When IE is in focus... I don't want to disable usage of the Alt key for any other applications, just IE. I'm already aware that the "NoMenuBar" dword simply hides the Menu Bar, and does nothing to prevent the user from gaining access to it using the Alt key while IE is in focus. Is there an alternative registry key, group policy setting, or other method with which I can persistently hide the Menu Bar?