Unless you have relocated the help files, this should not occur.
If you have, then clicking on help and finding them just once should
prevent the problem from occurring.
Killing winhelp.exe would also prevent a disk search, but this would be
doing the users a disservice.
Win95 is extremely slipshod as a multiuser OS and has more security holes
than can ever be effectively filled without an *enormous* expenditure of
time. If at all possible, I would recommend switching over to NT where
security is an integral part of the OS itself, and not slapped together as
an afterthought as in 95.
: I am tasked with setting up secure public access workstations in the
: front end of our government office (for resume writing, etc). My
: problem is that while I have done a fairly good job of securing them
: with Norton, Guardian, and Policy Editor I still have a gaping
: security hole in the form of the help item on the start button. I
: have disabled/hidded the help files but this button's continued
: presence allows a user to try to find the help files and thus see the
: hard drive. Is there anyway I can make the help button go away (I
: have already eliminated the run item on the start menu)?
: Thank you in advance for any assistance anyone can provide.
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