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Windows 7: Locking Down a Windows 7 Computer

07 Jan 2012   #11
pcunite

Windows 10 x64
 
 

Use software restriction policies ... easy ... very secure. After this, just make sure the user's only have limited accounts.

How to make a disallowed-by-default Software Restriction Policy


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