Disable Stickykeys with a logon script via Group Policy

Kids drivin’ you nuts by turning on Accessibility options?

Set this as a login script:

‘Disable Sticky Keys
Set WSHShell = Wscript.CreateObject(“Wscript.Shell”)
RegKey = “HKCU\Control Panel\Accessibility\Stickykeys\”
WSHShell.RegWrite regkey & “Flags”,”506″,”REG_SZ”

You can also replace the “506” with  “510” to turn it back on.

I’m currently working on a solution to remove the Utility Manager (windows key + U) and High contrast (Left Alt + Left Shift + Print Screen) and will post them as soon as I do.

Defrag all computers on a domain, for free, using PsTools

I’m going to enlighten my readers on a little “how-to” to get your entire domain’s hard drives defragged at once.  It’s pretty simple, and can be scheduled to run by windows task scheduler.  *note- It sometimes doesn’t work if the computer isn’t logged on by a user (for some unknown reason). Usually, if someone is using the computer, or has it locked, it runs perfectly.* Continue reading “Defrag all computers on a domain, for free, using PsTools”