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RE: [ProgSoc] IE3 browsing
On Mon, 4 May 1998, Jedd wrote:
> ] Hi , could some one please show me how to stop the user from browsing the
> ] computer (ie : the drives , network neighborhood etc .)and should be used
> ] to browse the internet only ?
> An open question. Under Win95, there's not even a pretend way to
> approach this. Every user has access to everything on the machine.
Yes, there is, actually. You can use group policies, and set the policy
to shut out the entire network neighbourhood and the entire "my computer"
very very easily.
Although I detest Win95, don't believe all you hear about its lack of
security at the desktop... it's not as bad as you might think.
> probably under win95-patches. Once installed, check the 'TweakUI'
> applet in Control Panel.
TweakUI would then have to be disabled along with the rest of the control
panels by... you guessed it - group policies!
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