Originally Posted by Steee
OK.. for anyone who is interested, I've found a way of doing this...on an M2000
You'll have to use a registry editor, and perhaps export the keys somewhere safe before you delete them.
1. Delete Key:
Removes WLan Icon from Settings -> Connections
2. Delete Key:
Stops the WIFI Service
Edit Value ‘Group’ from 2 to 3
2. Find the \windows\start menu\programs folder, and delete the Bluetooth Manager Icon
3. Find the \windows\startup folder. Delete the ‘Run_BTTrayCE_10’ file.
Optional last step, Find the \windows\start menu\programs folder and delete the Wireless Manager Icon.
Now both the bluetooth and WIFI are disabled & hidden from general view.
I'm not saying this is totally irreversable, but will stop casual users using these services.
Had to say this......NOT GOOD ENOUGH...
There, I said it.
You can't stop them from hard reset to get back all the registries and DLL from the ROM, but you already know, don't ya?
Perhaps you can use the mkrom tools here to create your own ROM with customised registry and ROM files. Then upgrade each of the devices with this ROM. I think there are many vendors out there customising PPC solutions for government agencies based on this method.
If you are continuing your way, it's fine the way you do it . I believe you've gauge the 'techie' quotient of your users.
Removing more files/registry just make it harder for the user to recover the functionality, but it is still not hard enough for the persistent type to compare the system on a similar PPC device and copy the changes across.
Q: What do I need to do?
A: Pay someone $50 to do it.
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