disable sticky keys

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Hi All,

 

How do I disable sticky keys via intune? 

 

Any ideas? 

4 Replies
This setting resides in HKCU.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20748787/need-to-disable-sticky-keys-for-every-account-on-comput...

You could deploy a PowerShell script via Intune that runs via user context.

Hi @Nathan Blasac 

 

Im getting all sorts of errors in the code itself any ideas? 

 

Screenshot 2021-06-11 at 3.07.36 PM.png

@AB21805 

 

That post identifies the keys. I don't think it's formatted in PowerShell. It looks like a .reg export. Here is an example of a script ive used in the past deployed via Intune in User context.

 

Perhaps you can use it as an example. I've used this in the past to flip keys.

 


New-ItemProperty -Path "HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\People" -Name PeopleBand -Value 00000000 -PropertyType "DWORD" -Force

 

 

That certainly doesn't look a valid powershell script, please send me a pm if you need further assistance