For example, Comodo Internet Security has added two items to my right-click menu, "Scan with Comodo" and "Run in Comodo Container." I don't particularly want both of them to be there clogging up my context menu; I'm never going to use the scan (I prefer Kaspersky for file scanning), and I'm rarely going to use the virtual desktop. What I'd like to do is disable them via registry (which I know how to do) BUT then put an item for "Run in Comodo Container" in my send-to menu. I already know how to add such items by creating a shortcut containing Command Prompt arguments in shell:sendto. However, I cannot figure out what those arguments should be to make it serve the same function as the original Comodo context menu item.
Does anyone know if there's a simple way to figure out the cmd equivalent of a context menu item created by an application? I'd like to be able to do this for several different apps' items, not just Comodo. I don't know if there's a universal way to essentially translate registry mumbo-jumbo into understandable cmd code, but Google has turned up nothing. Anyone know if this is possible?