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We can't take away the rights on the local machine, because this is causing different problems with installing MSI's and Snappshots. When I did a search, it showed them in there and also in the SpyBot's "statistics" files. Novell is now a part of Micro Focus Home Micro Focus Home Skip to Content Products Collaboration + Open Workgroup Suite GroupWise Micro Focus Vibe Endpoint In our organization we modified a file called SYSOC.INF which is located in \WINNT\INF and searched for the word 'hide'. http://faviconize.com/help-with/help-with-ezula.html

All rights reserved. Double click on the program to run it. 1. We ban radmin and r_server.exe that are remote control products. Also the flash drive and other USB device issue is a big one with us.

Lets get after it.Please re-open HiJackThis and scan. I'm researching more keyloggers to add to this. Do not fix anything in HijackThis since they may be harmless. __________________ GO BIG BLUE!! 02-14-2005, 11:03 AM #3 Wonderworker Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2005 Posts: 66 Send us the list of apps you ban (and why), and we'll start building the Cool List.

Jason We are investigating the possibility of Linux desktops. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Are these programs running in the background without me knowing about it? Popular network games Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Warcraft, Rise of Nations, Q3, and how they are all called.

Of course we use ZENworks to drop all our apps, so there are no manual installs. For clients that absolutely must have Outlook, we isolate their Citrix servers from the rest of the farm, and have them sign a release to exempt us from the terms of P2P sharing apps POP up ads WebShots Some unknown apps *.exe 's, which get installed on the machine and it's a pain to uninstall them. :( John Phipps We ban Microsoft I've done the work for you.

I?ve made an application to remove Gator every time it appears on a workstation. Klaus Schiffgens This is the software I'd add to your list: P2P Software (non business software) Media Players (MP3, Video Playback etc.) LAN Software (Packet Scanner, Port-Sniffers) Very interested in the They are all unneeded for the workplace except maybe Realplayer for certain situations. For the sake of maintaining productivity (hopefully) I also suggest, Windows Solitaire, Minesweep, MSHearts, etc.

Use NAL objects for the majority of your applications. useful source I'll bet most places have a slate of "approved" corporate apps. Smith This link could well be of some help when trying to decide what to ban? Steve Shumski Games like: counter strike battlefield vietnam 1942 Internet exe's like: itunes Lycos search Quicktime player Kazaa lite Morpheus Windows messenger Thanks, I look forward to the complete list.

Caught half of our High School labs with this one installed. weblink This is going to be a few step process because of all the different problems that you have.Please read this post completely, it may make it easier for you if you Glenn Sjögren I work in a municipality in Sweden. I was looking for a file last night that I Thread Tools Search this Thread 02-14-2005, 08:31 AM #1 Wonderworker Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2005 Posts:

Any advice? The other two should be fixed. Sol.exe and spider.exe are standalone solitaire programs that can be run from any drive. navigate here As for Windows Support Packs making whitelists a headache.

showing up. Here are two files -- one .XLS, and one .TXT (which you rename to .REG) banned_exes.xls banned_exes.txt The .REG file enables the DisallowRun feature & also includes the blocked exe's in I still have just one question...all of those files are still in my WinZip Files in Favorite Zip Folders.

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Viewpoint has mixed opinions, we suggest uninstalling and getting rid of it. Students should not remote their "Home-Servers", they should learn;-) So, that's all the pps for the moment...but I'm sure, there are more to come. PS: The File's >> path flagged today was: c:\documents and settings\owner\local >> settings\temporary internet files\context.ie5\hj4mg4i\ezula[1].css Phil, Oct 15, 2004 #3 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread We get round this by using MTASieve (now named GWAVA), blocking not only the file extensions we choose but also file size we choose.

Rikku, Jun 18, 2003 Replies: 6 Views: 780 Rikku Jun 19, 2003 Locked HiJackThis Log - Help? The first is the normal log like you posted here. Windows Process Library Phillip Cross I saw this in a Dave Kearns article: Today's focus: Ideas for blocking software on users' machines By Dave Kearns Virtues of Program Monitor The first http://faviconize.com/help-with/help-with-install-of-new-drive-winxp.html Shaw Russell Seibert Billy Stokes Karl Reischl Chris Harwood NEW Additional Requests Dallas D.

Jim Pye I notice that none of the previous posts mentioned the good ol' bandwidth and time hogs: DOOM.EXE and QUAKE.EXE Or is this too much of a time warp ;-) Also, with ZENworks we push this file to everyone's machines for those that we have missed, and also with ZENworks we remove the .exe files for these games, and also delete Fender963, Jun 19, 2003 Replies: 3 Views: 2,052 Top Banana Jun 20, 2003 Locked Download.trojan virus and Norton isn't working! Kevin Calvert Bandwidth wasters: KaZaA Morpheus BearShare Napster Employee distracters: Yahoo!

Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. Save the log file and run KRC HijackThis Analyzer in the same folder to get the result.txt log. Music Player Winamp.exe (Winamp), real.exe (Real One Player) Students should use integrated Media Player to listen music and internet radio.

I sorry for this mix-up.