|13 Mar 2010||#1|
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How to set Access-based Enumeration?
I want to have Access-based Enumeration (users could only see which they're allowed to) for my entire (LAN) network. As far as I know this tool is only available for Windows Server 2003 en by default for 2008. For my XP systems I use Windows SteadyState, which i.a. moderates some registry-strings to do this.
Now I want to implement it on my Windows 7 LAN-network. By which (registry-)tweaks or tools could I do this? Does anyone have a workaround yet?
Thanks again, in advance!
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