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alamal

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Hello everyone and may God bless!
I'm volunteering and my church school and have noticed that their pc's (running XP Pro) in their lab are reallly messed up. Along with cleaning the pc's up I've installed AV protection and a clean-up program and DKLite.
The problem I'm having is that the kids are able to download stuff off the net. How can I disallow that in their profiles from my admin. profile?
Your help is greatly appreciated! I mean reeeeeally!!
Peter
 
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ok
that is easy all u have 2 do is right click on the internet icon and go to security (i think) and select the internet and set the security to high
that way no one will be able to download things
 

alamal

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Yeah, but how do I keep them from changing the settings? And installing stuff from cd? I remember that I had some restrictions at work other than downloading. There were things that wouldn't allow me to change settings also. It was part of the OS not the browser.
Can ya help me with that?
Thanks for the reply Fab!
 
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u have to go and change it in the profile
right click on my computer click on properties
and go to hardware (i think) and click on profiles
when it comes double click on the default profile(i think) and unable the
cdrom drive that way they wouldn't be able 2 read from it

sorry for not being precise
 
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Also download spyware Blaster as added protection/ never hurts...its free and at the link below.

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Imagine**** John Lennon
 
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