I want to configure windows on boxes that I can ship to customers that needs to be deprived of any "windows" brand.
In fact, I created a web server running on this windows box to configure the parts of the system that I want my users to be able to configure (like ip settings).
When my users plug a monitor/keyboard into this box to see "what's going on under the hood of this server", I want them to land on the login page of this web-app (preferably using Google Chrome in full-screen mode).
Here's the list of things I do not want:
- No windows login screen
- No windows logo anywhere
- No Start Menu or
- TaskBar No Window "Chrome" (maximize, minimize, menubar, status bar)
- No error message on CTRL-ALT-DEL, WINDOWS-PAUSE, etc
So basically, from the user perspective, the thing could be running linux or ChromeOS it should not appear as running windows.
Of course I maintain RDP capabilities (on a different port) to service the box if something was to happen.
Any idea of a combination of group policies or third-party software that could help me do this?