Need to Lock down Keyboard Manager System Tray Icon

I run 27 MacBooks at a Secondary School. I have them setup for Windows XP Pro (I'll be setting up the Mac OS over then next few weeks but this is a MS Windows School so lets start slow). Hoever I need to be able to disable the "Boot Mac OS" option on the Keyboard Manager. But still have access to Volume and Eject etc Keys.
Solution: 1
a .adm file so that I can contol what is avilable to students through Group Policy (disable reboot in Mac, Disable Boot Camp First time Run Help Screen)
Solution 2
A Keyboard driver that will make all the Keys work (and remote if possible) but has no System tray Icon
Solution 3
Hide the System tray icon (as say an option in the Boot Camp Control Panel which I can already disable through group policy) then all I need to kill is the anoying first time run help screen.
The help screen is anoying because for each of the 800 student will probably only login into each laptop once each so that will come up every time, because I reimage every 3 months or so.
The reboot in Mac OS would be no problem if it did not perminatly change to boot order and the Mac OS side boot change back is too complicated for most first time Mac users. The way I will be introducing the Mac OS is telling them about the hold the "option" key trick on boot. hence the dummys will get what they are expecting, and the smarties have the option without afecting the dummys.
I relise this is a Devolopers thing but I can find no other way to inform them of the need. I dout I am the only System admin needing this.
Thank You
Message was edited by: Solus Venator

Unfortunately no that did not help
Using msconfig only stops the Keyboard Manager from running. I can do that simply be removing it from the registry with out the annoying msconfig messages. (good for testing though)
I have also looked into the Hide tray Icon Path but that only tucks it behind a set of “<<”
And the reboot function does Permanently Change the Boot Order. (Not the boot sector necessarily, The Boot Order) to change it back you need to login into the Mac OS and System Prefs Disk Boot Select the Boot Camp Part and Reboot …… Big Pain in neck.
The Keyboard Manager icon does not have an eject option… If is needed for the Eject Key to work (and the Volume Mute, Up, Down, Brightness Up, Down. Note it is not Needed for the Play FF Rew Keys they work fine with the Fn Key)
Here is the test
With no icon showing, or an icon with no reboot option : Press The Eject Key if the CD Ejects Success, I also need Volume do not care about the others as much
As Stated this is a Developer( Programmer) oversite and needs them to put in an option to remove the reboot option from the System tray Icon. Removal of the Icon would also be desirable
Thank You

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