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WindowsXpSecurityConsole

Windows XP Security Console

Notes from ClifNotes, Mar 2008, permalink Security Tools

 

Do you have a "guest" login on your WinXP machine? Do you want to keep them from changing the settings on your machine? This little utility is free for home use. All you have to do is log in as the user you want to change the settings for and then run this stand-alone program. When you run the program you'll get a wide variety of Windows features that you can either turn off or on. If you get a license for this you'll be able to change all user settings without logging into them.

 

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Quote from the website

Download Windows XP Security Console. Double click the ZIP file you downloaded and extract the contents to your hard disk. The EXE and CHM (Help) file need to be in the same folder. There is no uninstaller, but be advised, any restrictions that have been put in place will remain in place, even if you delete the application. So, if you're going to remove the application, make sure that you change any settings that you want to, before you remove it. For additional security, this utility and its help file are small enough to fit on a floppy disk. Extract the files to a floppy, run the utility from there, change the settings you wish, then put the floppy away somewhere safe.


http://www.dougknox.com/xp/utils/xp_securityconsole.htm