|12 Jan 2013||#1|
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Parental control : how to allow custom VB script execution?
For my son, I created under Win 7 64 bits an user account without admin priviledge and with parental control.
By default, parental control prevents VB Script execution, which is a good thing.
But how can allow a custom made script to be executed in his session?
I haven't found that in the applications restriction, do I have to place this .vbs in particular folder??
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