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Software restriction

By boomio ·
I am setting up a windows 2003 server environment, with a mix of w2k pro/win xp pro workstations.
I need to set up some way of restricting what programs can be run on the w2k pro machines. I have software restriction policies set up for the xp machines, I just need some way of administering the w2k machines. Any suggestions? I've read a little about using the ntfs permissions to block programs, but I havent seen any guides on how to best deploy this on a domain wide level. Am I on the right line??

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Software restriction

I found these in the MS Knowledge Base though I had to dig a bit one or more might be of some use to you


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by boomio In reply to Software restriction

Hi Col, manged to figure out a way of doing it. User profiles/administrative templates/system/run only allowed windows applications. Bada bing.
Cheers anyway man, have the points

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