|09 Nov 2012||#1|
Need To Disable Guest Account On Admin Account
My friend and I share my laptop. Recently I found out that he was watching porn on my computer. So I promptly confronted him, and told him to stop. Weeks later, he did it again. So I downloaded Norton's Safety Minder to prevent it. So this sneaky prick goes around and enables the guest account, and lo and behold, porn fest again.
What can I do? I don't want to keep him off the admin account, because he plays games on here, but I don't want him watching porn on my laptop either. Is there a way to put parental settings on the guest account? I know you can disable it, tried that, he just re-enables it, then disables it before he gets off. I'm really frustrated about this.
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|09 Nov 2012||#2|
You could provide more info about your machine, of course.
For starters, password protect the BIOS and give the child a user account.
There's no need for him to use an admintrator account.
Occasionally check to make sure your BIOS is still secure. Other than that, take the machine away and lock it up.
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