that's a crude way of doing it.. it's ridiculous how many computer tries to lock up right click to prevent people from doing unintended things.. However, i can always find a way of getting pass the restriction..
The more "elegant" solution is to set the group permission if your running any 2000 based OS.. Set all student accounts into one group, and set group permission to either allow or disallow whatever you want..
However, if your computers are not networked, then you can just create an account with student and just set that account's permission..
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