Question Disabling Windows Hotkeys

Day.Loman

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I've scoured the net for days trying to find a way to disable Windows shortcuts keys.

I've found a way to disable combinations of "Win+whatever" but nothing that will allow me to actually disable entire keys themselves.

I need: Alt+Tab, Ctrl+Alt+Del, Ctrl+Esc, all Win key functions, and other combinations that could allow a user to explore Windows.

I will not be using the Explorer shell for my intended machine, so no shortcuts related to Explorer need to be added. In fact, Windows is only there to run a piece of software. Nothing else. The rest of the OS needs to be locked down so that no one even knows Windows is there.

I do not want Kiosk Mode, as it's way to easy to bypass. I need registry edits, or another way to disable these keys without using third party software (like AutoHotKeys).

Thanks in advance, fellas. I truly appreciate your help.
 

Day.Loman

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UPDATE:
Windows key disabled. Thanks to that article I can disable other keys, as long as I have the proper scancodes, which I am unable to locate.

Any direction would be fantastic.
 

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