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Windows 7 and restricting \ controlling CD\DVD

Q: Windows 7 and restricting \ controlling CD\DVD

Hello

We need to restrict several Windows 7 (32) desktops with staff, Server 2003 really does not have anything, same as Win7 GPEDIT, seems to be all or nothing, however,

From the Windows 7 desktop:

- Windows 7 Explorer
- Go to the DVD\CD
- Right-Click Properties
- ?Sharing?
- Advanced Sharing
- ?Share this?
- Permissions
- Add Domain (User1, User2, Etc) or create a Domain group ?AllowWin7CD? and add user to this,
- Remove default ?Everyone?

Anyone see a security or problem with this? Simply sharing as a network resource and assigning domain rights.

B.

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Post Follow-up:

Well, just realized one problem with hiding c:\users or their sub-folders. Seagate dashboard (ver 2.2.29.0) backup utility to 3tb USB doesn't "see" the hidden folders to backup -- that's a problem....

I un-hid the folders and now backup "sees" the folders

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If this is for a company, then it is rarely a good thing to use computer lock down steps against users like you mentioned. They might decide to spend their time finding ways to mess with information that is important to the company.

They might see the lock down as a challenge and spend their time finding ways around the restrictions that you have put in place.

Allow Users To Run Only Specified Programs in Windows 7 - How-To Geek

You would have to tell us a lot more about what these users are supposed to be doing on the computer in order for us to formulate a lock down plan. And off the top of my head, I don't know how to prevent a user from using a USB port (pen drive) and yet allow other users to use that port.

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A:Restricting windows XP Desktops

You answered your own question. If you have a Domain controller, You set up Group Policies and privileges on the Domain Controller in Active Directory for each users. Once they log into the domain there Active Directory profile will come into affect. If there is not a local user profile on the computer, then they can't log into the computer, once the computer has been added to the domain.

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You can, under your administrator account, add a new user, and choose the limited account option. Under Control Panel>Admin Tools>Local Policies you can look through there and disable/enable functions from there.

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Hi,
 
Please try these steps to disable it in this article:
 
http://www.ehow.com/how_7610518_disable-weak-ssl-ciphers.html
 
Please Note: Since the website is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. Microsoft does
not guarantee the accuracy of this information.
 
Hope that helps.
 
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/126449
 

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A:remote controlling windows 8 laptop

I use PocketCloud for iOS on both my iPhone and iPad. I am unsure if there is an Android version.

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A:Solved: Controlling Windows Explorer

Go to the Microsoft Knowledge Base and look up Article # s310297. This tells you how to do the job.
bobhen
 

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This workaround will stop it happening: Disable Install Updates And Shutdown Option In Windows 7/Vista

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Welcome gibson321,


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A:Restricting Users

Limited user accounts are prohibited from installing programs or changing system settings.

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A:Restricting a laptop to one network

What version of Windows are you running? And do you want to exclude the network card?

http://www.sevenforums.com/system-security/138380-restricting-laptop-one-network.html
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A:need help something is restricting my internet connection(TRIED EVERYTHING)

Hello, Welcome to BleepingComputer.
I'm nasdaq and will be helping you.
 
If you can please print this topic it will make it easier for you to follow the instructions and complete all of the necessary steps.
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Please download and run this DDS Scanning Tool. Nothing will be deleted. It will just give me some additional information about your system.
 

 
Download DDS by sUBs from one of the following links if you no longer have it available.  Save it to your desktop.
 

DDS.scr <- not recommended if you use Chrome to download this .scr file. Use the other options.
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DDS.COM

 

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Notepad will open with the results. 
Follow the instructions that pop up for posting the results. 

Please note:  You may have to disable any script protection running if the scan fails to run.
 

 
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Third party programs if not up to date can be the cause of infiltration an infection.
 
Please run this security check for my review.
 
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A:Restricting a user to particular drives

Drive Access - Restrict or Unrestrict - Vista Forums

and

Permissions - Allow or Deny Users and Groups

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Have you tried giving them limited accounts?

XP Home or XP Pro?

Louis

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A:restricting internet access

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/restricting-internet-access.803945/
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PHP:

<?php
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A:restricting users access

Hi -- I think this should answer your question. If not, check back.
What is a standard user account?

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/326106-restricting-users-access.html
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1 Click Start and select Run
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Hey JustCall,

Have you tried looking into Parental Controls?
How To Use Parental Controls in Windows 7

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Windows Steady State has recently been updated to include Vista support. It's free from Microsoft here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/...ss/default.mspxYou'll access each account by clicking on it in the Steady State windows and then adjust that account's settings there.

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Utilize your parental controls feature.

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Joe

I have started a similiar thread in Web & Email Fouem called 'Can I Disable Internet - Tools - Clear History. 'lotuseclat79' has given some detailed steps to turnoff the Internet... check it out.

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Password protect your account.What OS are we talking about?
 

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/restricting-local-user.433809/
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A:Restricting accesses to the network

Might have been better to click on the red triangle in the upper right of your other thread ( http://forums.techguy.org/networking/486207-solved-how-limit-access-network.html ) and asked a moderator to remove the 'Solved.' That would preserve the history of the help you've already had on this issue.
 

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Hiya and welcome


NOTE : You cannot assign a Web site to the Internet zone. The Internet zone contains all Web sites that are not on your computer or in the local intranet zone, or that are not already assigned to another zoneClick to expand...

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q174360

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A:Restricting folder access to a process

Why don't you set the program to run as a system process. Then all you have to do is set the NTFS permissions to allow full control to the system and the administrator and delete everyone else. You will have to go to the advanced tab on the permissions page and uncheck the "Inherit..."- select copy- apply teh n you can go back to the main permissions page and remove everything but those two items

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A:broadband restricting download speed

This type of thing is not unique to BT or any one ISP - Known as traffic Shaping it relies on analysing the stream of data passing to your address from the internet and throttling the speed available to certain types of data - normally "peer to peer" traffic.

You may find some oblique reference to the practice in the small print of the contract but it is not likely to be prominently advertised

Some ISP's will actually use this information to throttle all traffic for high bandwidth users rather than simply the one traffic type

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A:Restricting www Access on home network

you may want to try this program... It allows you to block access to applications... This should work in your case. Good Luck

PS. I have not used this program just found the link.

http://download.com.com/3000-2092-4743338.html?tag=lst-0-23
 

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hello, I have partitioned my system hard disk into 2: one is the boot partition where I have installed WinXP with SP3, Documents & Settings and Program Files.

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I don't know if this is possible, but incase it's not, then I would like to configure some of the folders in the extended partition to be accessible ONLY to those with administrator privilages on my system.

How can I do this?

Regards.
 

A:Restricting access to extended partition

In My Computer, right click the drive letter for the extended partition [probably D:], click Properties, click Security tab, then remove Everyone and Users, leaving only Administrators, System, and Creator Owner (and any other groups who need access).

If you are running XP Home, boot to Safe Mode first, as the Security tab is only visible in Safe Mode.

HTH

Jerry
 

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Good Day
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Thanks Rusty
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A:Solved: Restricting Text area

Hi there!

Why not just set the MultiLine property to True? It defaults as False. This should do what you're looking for. For manual line returns hold the Shift key while typing in the textbox and hit Enter.

HTH
 

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A:restricting folder(s) at network level

really? No one here knows??

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/174389-restricting-folder-s-network-level.html
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Hiya
Complete access novice here. I've attached the beginnings of my inventory DB. When using the Stock Items form, once i've chosen from the drop-down menu under Stock Categories, i'd like the next drop-down menu (StockSubCategories) to be restrited to the list shown in the Stock Sub-Categories table. IE, once i've chosen "Kitchen Supplies", i would not like to see "Fuel" as a possible Sub-category.
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A:Access - restricting lookup choices

take a look at the attached, first I made a query from the "Stock Sub-Categories" table.

Second I placed criteria in the query under field Stock Categories like this...

[Forms]![Stock Items]![StockCategories]

this refers to the Combo on the form, and serves as criteria to the Combo you want to restrict (StockSubCategories).

the next step uses VBA in the "After Update property" on the "STOCKCategories" combo on the form.

Private Sub StockCategories_AfterUpdate()
Me.StockSubCategories.Requery
End Sub

what it does is, when you make a choice it will requery the source of combo "StockSubCategories".

*Note that I changed the source of this combo to point to the query I made. Compare the changes to understand how it works.
 

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Hi everyone Please help me stop users from browsing unwanted websites and chatting on my system I know this topic has unwanted Restricting usage Internet of been discussed before and there are softwares out there which will serve the purpose but my situation is different I want to restrict certain websites and certain chat programs like yahoo messenger etc without the user knowing that the websites etc are blocked or without them knowing that any filtering software is installed As far as I know no filtering website restriction software is able to work in a hidden mode I remember that back when I was in university the Restricting unwanted usage of Internet system admin over there had installed some software for restricting websites and whenever we tried to browse the restricted websites an error would appear in browser windows that access is denied and we should contact system administrator Can I install the same software on my PC any other way to block restrict certain websites Can I block certain ports so that users of my system can not chat Please help me ASAP I am using Windows XP SP and i am using cable internet nbsp

A:Restricting unwanted usage of Internet

If your users are unsavy, you can easily block websites by adding them to the restricted list in your browser. I say unsavy because by using another browser (or an external browser such as Pocket Firefox, which runs from a USB thumb drive without touching the desktop), they could get around this limitation. A local proxy can be bypassed by using another TCP stack.

Companies do it the easy way: They install a web proxy that accepts web traffic, and a firewall that blocks web traffic. That way, the only way to surf is through the proxy. By installing filters on the proxy, you can prevent whatever you like. This, by the way is what you saw at your university. The web page you saw came from the proxy itself (a separate system), not from your computer.

At home, if your router supports it, you can restrict web pages and specific ports. If you had an inexpensive system lying around, you could install two network cards and install free Linux software. Plug one NIC into the modem and the other to the router. You will get the same result your got at your university.

By the way, you want your users to know that the site was intentionally blocked. If you don't, they will reset the computer, the router, the cable modem or all three.

Courtney sends...
 

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