[gptalk] Gaming Restrictions

  • From: "Tom Clover" <Tom.Clover@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2007 11:02:52 -0500

I've been asked to restrict gaming at work.  Here are the changes that
I'm going to start with:

 

Keys:

\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Start
Menu and Taskbar\Remove Drag-and-drop context menus on the Start Menu

\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Restrict these
programs from being launched from help

\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Don't run specified
Windows applications

\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Prevent access to
the command prompt

\User Configuration\Start Menu and Taskbar\Remove Run from the Start
Menu

 

Restricted Program List:

winmine.exe

spider.exe

sol.exe

freecell.exe

mshearts.exe

bckgzm.exe

chkrzm.exe

hrtzzm.exe

rvsezm.exe

shvlzm.exe

pinball.exe

 

This should only leave the opening of browsing the hard disk drive and
renaming sol.exe to something else.  I figure if they're that desperate
to game, their going to get caught anyway.  Have I missed anything that
you can think of?

 

Thanks,

 

Tom Clover

Desktop Support Specialist

 

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