Disable Windows Menu keys.
You can disable Windows Menu keys with Advanced Internet Kiosk.
Advanced Internet Kiosk by Softstack can disable system and function keys and key combinations. Download the program, install it and run kiosk.exe. Click the "Disabled keys" button of the toolbar to your left. You'll see the list of the keys you can disable. Put a checkmark in a box near 'Disable... button'. You can disable all the system and function keys and key combinations on your PC. This option is, however, disabled in the Locked mode, as it needs the system to be fully rebooted to disable or enable keys. After you selected the keys to disable click Save button in the upper-left corner of the main window. The button will grey out if the changes are saved properly. Download the Advanced Internet Kiosk
Advanced Internet Kiosk can disable system and function keys and key combinations.
Disabling and Enabling Keys in Advanced Internet Kiosk
System administrators do not want users to be able to push certain key combinations as it can have serious consequences. While many key combinations do not automatically cause something bad to occur it can give users access to resources that can cause serious damage to your computer, for example, Ctrl+Alt+Del or Ctrl+ESC
WARNING: Please remember that keys are disabled and enabled system wide for all users logged in to this PC. Keys can only be disabled or enabled after a full reboot of the operating system. That is why this option is disabled in the locked mode.
In order to keep users from accessing these key combinations you can disable
them within the Advanced Internet Kiosk Program. In the steps below you can
check the choices that you would like disabled and in the locked state these
keys will become inactive.
Tip: Please note that this
screen is only available in the unlocked state. In the locked state, this screen
will be disabled.
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