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Windows 7: How can I block in Control Panel the option "Change Adapter Settings"


02 Nov 2011   #1
iomega55

windows 7 pro 32bits
 
 
How can I block/disable in Control Panel option ChangeAdapterSettings

I need to block/hide/disable in the control panel the option "Change Adapter Settings". I have a DHCP server and I dont want my users configure a network adapter with a fixed ip.

I am looking for registry section or a directive that makes the trick.

Thanks in advance.


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03 Nov 2011   #2
iomega55

windows 7 pro 32bits
 
 
Tweak Winsecret

I found this software, but I wonder how it is made the trick.

I need to apply "it" throw an in-house application.

Edit Windows 7 Registry Software, Customize Windows XP Registry Settings, Tweak Registry Editor
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04 Nov 2011   #3
Dave Atkin

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Dont use third party software, use Group Policy

See: Local Group Policy Editor - Open
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