dalek111 23:42 30 Apr 09


I need to find an application which block a user-defined application from running.

I know this is a very specific request, but if anyone knows of such an application, i would be grateful if they would let me know


  brundle 23:46 30 Apr 09

Does this fit the bill? click here
I expect a user could rename the executable to get round it, but it depends on the security level of the machine in the first place (and the users level of ability of course).

  rdave13 23:46 30 Apr 09

Your firewall.

  dalek111 23:48 30 Apr 09

I need a method that can be used by a user with very limited user, not by admins

  brundle 23:53 30 Apr 09

Can you elaborate?

  dalek111 23:57 30 Apr 09

I'm a school admin, and we are using Danware Netop, and I know students are blocking the Student application by using some kind of stand-alone application. This is constantly blocking the Student application from running as it would ordinarily restart every minute or so

I need to find out more about the application they are using

  rdave13 23:58 30 Apr 09

No you can't. If talking about family members forget it.
If you want to spy on anyone then google for keyloggers etc.

  rdave13 23:59 30 Apr 09

Apologies. Not enough info.

  dalek111 23:59 30 Apr 09

rdave13: What? Who said about spying on people? Its a school

  rdave13 00:11 01 May 09

Look at my posting times and the apology was already there.
Are you telling us that pupils at a school are by-passing your secure network?

  brundle 00:12 01 May 09

Not easy, especially if they can just change the name of the file at will...

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