Re: Active Directory Question

From: Tomasz Onyszko (
Date: 01/12/04

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    Simon Taplin wrote:

    > Is is possible to setup a policy on Win2000 Active Directory whereby you can
    > use wildcards to deny users access to running certain programs, for example
    > blocking userss running setup*.*

    No, it is not possible, but You can always use command line tools with
    asterisk to set appropriate ACL's on this files :), or list this files and
    create GPO entries with ACL in some semi automated way.

    Tomasz Onyszko -

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