Re: breakout of citrix

From: Martin Mewes (mm_at_mewes.tv)
Date: 10/21/04

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    Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2004 20:43:52 +0200
    To: security-basics@securityfocus.com
    
    

    Hi Rob,

    Rob Wallace wrote:

    > I've had this same problem at my old job and I'm not sure how to fix
    > it. What Kenzo is getting at though is if you, for example, do a
    > file -> open within word, excel, etc. right click within the
    > file-open window and left click on explore you'll get a desktop of
    > the server. Essentially the same thing is happening for him.

    In this scenario, well, I do not have a fix available.
    I have tested this with the best locked down user we have "guest" and
    could open the explorer showing the server file system.

    As our users are locked down to their "Documents and Settings" and some
    mapped network-drives, they may could see the server environment, but
    you can bet, that 99% of our users here just simply do not know what an
    explorer is anyway ;-)

    On the other hand you may try to handle this with some kind of
    GroupPolicyOptions. As we still have a NT4-Domain I cannot be of any
    help in this, I'm sorry.

    bis dahin - kind regards

    Martin Mewes

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