[THIN] Tightening security in Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office
- From: Spriggs Jon <Jon.Spriggs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2004 08:17:25 -0000
Hi all, I have a fairly tight security policy on a network I'm involved with, and one of the items is that users are not allowed to open more than one terminal server session at once. I've locked things down in that the start menu is wiped and re-created each login, users are unable to access local drives, just their home drives (stored on a central file store). I have two problems, first is that the users access the terminal server via a web page in kiosk mode, but we also allow users to access other internet pages. They are able to go to the View -> Explorer Bar -> History to bring up a second session. The other thing they do is create an object in a word or excel document to open the web page. So, my questions are: 1) Does anyone have any suggestions on how to tie down the History bar, either on what you can see in there, or how to prevent it from opening? 2) Is there any way to search for documents containing DDE links? I know I've raised the bar fairly high on this one, and they'll just find another way to evade me... but at least it'll give me a couple of days respite :) Thanks, Jon Spriggs -- The presence of a "Fujitsu" address does not imply or assume that Fujitsu Services, Fujitsu or any other company containing the Fujitsu name uses or endorses this product. This email is purely a personal opinion.
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