|Red Hat Desktop: Deployment Guide
|Chapter 4. Locking Down the Desktop: Disabling GNOME Desktop Features
To remove one or more of the default icons from the desktop, unset the appropriate key
as shown in Figure 4-8.
To prevent the appearance of icons representing mounted media such as cdroms, unset the following key
as shown in Figure 4-9.
To eliminate all icons from the desktop, unset the following key
as shown in Figure 4-10.
Unsetting this key also removes the desktop background menu, thereby eliminating access to the Open Terminal menu item. This is a recommended step for disabling command line access as described in Section 4.4 Disabling Command Line Access.