HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP PLEASE

HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP PLEASE

Post by Mr.De.. » Sat, 20 Jan 1996 04:00:00



I am having alot of trouble with win95 restrictions.

I need to be able to deny users from saving changes, access the
control panel, prevent pulldown menus such as in netscape, mirc,
eliminate and hide the connect to dialog window when dialing the net
with the win95 tcp/ip dialer.

Now I know this can be accomplished in win3.crash by editing an ini
file with [RESTRICTIONS].  However how do I accomplish the same tasks
with win95.....

This is what I know so far.  Off my win95 cd there is a program called
poledit.....(policy editor)  but this only allows you to edit a user
on a network as a LAN administrator.  I need to able to do this on a
pc that is not hooked up to a network so that students in a computer
lab cannot*things up like they always do....

so if you know of an application or an editor program or can instruct
me how to do the above I would greatly appreciate it......

thanks to all who reply

please replies here

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HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP PLEASE

Post by Stephen Mart » Sat, 20 Jan 1996 04:00:00



>Date:       Fri, 19 Jan 1996 14:08:10 GMT

>Newsgroups: comp.os.ms-windows.misc
>Subject:    HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP PLEASE

>I am having alot of trouble with win95 restrictions.

>I need to be able to deny users from saving changes, access the
>control panel, prevent pulldown menus such as in netscape, mirc,
>eliminate and hide the connect to dialog window when dialing the net
>with the win95 tcp/ip dialer.

>Now I know this can be accomplished in win3.crash by editing an ini
>file with [RESTRICTIONS].  However how do I accomplish the same tasks
>with win95.....

>This is what I know so far.  Off my win95 cd there is a program called
>poledit.....(policy editor)  but this only allows you to edit a user
>on a network as a LAN administrator.  I need to able to do this on a
>pc that is not hooked up to a network so that students in a computer
>lab cannot*things up like they always do....

>so if you know of an application or an editor program or can instruct
>me how to do the above I would greatly appreciate it......

>thanks to all who reply

>please replies here

>ReepeR
>414 ForeveR  

Try the Policy Editor.  Sorry I can't give you more details, but I'm on my
Win 3.1 machine, not Win95.  E-mail me if you have further questions.

Stephen Martin

Microsoft Certified Product Specialist


Managing Instructor
Management Concepts Incorporated (http://www.veryComputer.com/)
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