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Some programs disable the desktop cursor shadow without re-enabling it. I'm looking for a solution to automatically enable it, preferably at all times. Perhaps a registry setting that keeps it enabled. Or a program that checks every few seconds whether it is enabled and if not, enables it.

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This page discusses the UserPreferencesMask value in the registry, and you can get working code to toggle the cursor shadow state here and here. – Karan Nov 22 '12 at 18:55
@Karan Not much I can do with code; that would be more appropriate for stackoverflow. I need a working solution I can deploy. – Core Xii Nov 22 '12 at 20:24

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