How to disable the palm rejection of the touch screen on win10 and win11

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The software I'm developing needs to be used with an interactive whiteboard. It needs to support pen and touch interaction at the same time.

But I now have a problem. When the user drawing on the screen with a pen, it will trigger a palm rejection feature of Windows. The feature turns an area of the screen into a dead zone. Touch in the dead zone cannot be used.

My question is how to disable the palm rejection feature? When windows is connected to the interactive large screen, the feature will affect the user's experience.

 

Please let me know if you have any ideas. thank you very much.

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