How can i stop installation???

  galatic door 16:38 25 Mar 03
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We have a room which students use and i was wondering is there any way we can stop the students installing programs or installing programs from the internet.
We are running windows 98se

Any help is appreciated
i will b back in the morning as i have finished work

  Belatucadrus 17:52 25 Mar 03

click here for "PC Security" seems worth a look, it looks capable of resolving all your issues. I can't find a single solution package in free ware, but here is something else that could be of interest :-
click here

  galatic door 13:27 27 Mar 03

thanks belatucadrus but it is not ideal for what we want

  graham 13:46 27 Mar 03

Take the fuse out of the plug. Students will never suss that! :-)

  galatic door 13:57 27 Mar 03

very funny
i am looking for a realistic answer or isnt there much i can do about it??

  graham 14:19 27 Mar 03

No offence, it bumps the thread up! I don,t know of one, can we asume the students use it to access the net amongst other things? Once on there... You will have to review the programs in add/remove which will tell you when a program was last used, and remove any that have been added.

  €dstow 14:25 27 Mar 03

I don't quite understand the circumstances here. Can you not tell the students not to do these things (on pain of death, if necessary;-))

Or, move the computer to somewhere they can't access it.

Or, move the students to somewhere they can't access it.

€d

  galatic door 14:25 27 Mar 03

Thats what we do currently.
we was wondering if there was anything else we can do like put a stop to any installation unless you put a password in or something along them lines

  galatic door 14:27 27 Mar 03

tried all three
like trying to talk to a brick wall
they don't seem to understand the words..
DO NOT DOWNLOAD ANYTHING FROM THE INTERNET

  graham 14:40 27 Mar 03

Unfortunately, the first thing a student is taught is how to use kazaa!

  galatic door 14:43 27 Mar 03

so is there any way to stop it?

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