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How do I lockdown NT?

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I need to change our user profiles so that the only software they can access is our accounting software and Office Word documents. I have a logon script that points to the accounting software but when we opened up the profiles to add a printer, we lost the profiles entirely and cannot lock the users back down. Can I start all over with new users/group/profiles? What's the easiest way to lock down a system as we do not want our employees accessing the internet or other areas of the system?

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How do I lockdown NT?

by SyscoKid In reply to How do I lockdown NT?

What you can do is implement system policies using poledit.exe. There's a setting in there to allow only specified applications to be run.

Run poledit, create your policies, and save the result to a file called NTconfig.pol in your Netlogon share.

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by markball In reply to How do I lockdown NT?

Using profiles you can specify a different start menu directory, remove all icons from the desktop, hide all drives & remove run command/control panel. Then create 2 icons in the new start menu directory - word & accounts. Their are ways around thisbut most will not know & only have 2 choices.

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