How to disable cut, copy, paste, rename, etc from the Windows Registry ?
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I'm trying to create a software in VB.Net to disable the following from a Windows 7 pc.

  • Cut, copy, paste, rename, delete, open, print, share, create shortcut, open with, send to, properties.

I want to give users the option of disabling them selectively/individually via checkboxes so those options will be disabled in the right-click of a mouse.

I'm aware that to do so I must disable them from the Windows registry.

My problem is I don't know which is the right key to disable as the registry is so huge & some keys are similiarly named.

Could anyone help me to say what are the exact key locations of the above-mentioned right-click functions in the Windows Registry ?

I'd be deeply grateful. Thank you.


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