Configure Win+Space to show Vista's Sidebar

Since I want the sidebar to appear and stay at front when accessed, I installed Windows Vista's sidebar onto Windows 7. However, when I press Win+Space (used to bring-to-front Vista's sidebar in Vista, or to temporarily show the sidebar in 7), the Vista's sidebar is not toggled. Rather, it just shows the desktop.

Is it possible to remap the keyboard shortcuts so that when I press Win+Space, Vista's sidebar is shown - just like what happens in Vista? I do have a Windows Vista computer, and if you can tell me where to look, I can go copy the keyboard settings.

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