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Public use lockdown questions
I am using Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, not in a domain on 120+ public computers (library).
I have used gpedit.msc to lockdown the prototype computer to the way I want it.
However, I am afraid of locking myself out of the computer if I disable the RUN command which is the last piece in securing the machines.
* I think I can lock myself out but then run gpedit.msc from a thumb drive and get in. Unless I also lock out the ability to run programs from a thumb drive (which I have). So...
How can I secure the computer completely using only policies and yet leave myself a way to get back in?
I came from using Microsoft SteadyState for years, but it does not support Windows 7. Windows 7 has a very nice set of policies anyway. I would like to avoid having to buy software to do this.
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