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The dev studio settings reachable from an explorer window via
Window - Options
are stored in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_USER.
Is there any way to lock these keys so we can present a uniform environment to our users who have been given Power Report.
The main requirement is to restrict them from setting the "Show Web Applications Area" setting on the Explorer tab. I have raised a separate topic about this asking for another way of tackling the problem.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
Posts: 888 | Location: Airstrip One | Registered: October 06, 2006
This might be a bit "brute force", but can you implement a group policy on the machines that prevents changing those registry settings?
Production: 7.6.6 WF Server  <=>  7.6.6 WF Client  <=>  7.6.6 Dev Studio Testing: <none> Using MRE & BID.  Connected to MS SQL Server 2005 Output Types: HTML, Excel, PDF