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Posted on 1997-02-22
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I have a local system (not connected to any network) running under Win95, and I wonder if it's possible to give user rights to my kids so that they only can use those catalouges and programs that I allow them to use. I don't want to PW-protect each and every document one by one. I rather see thar I can PW-protect an entire catalogue.

I beg Your pardon for my awful English! :-)

Rgds. //UffE!!
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1.  the way for me to do it is download a shareware menu(with security conrtol) which you can set it and only allow your children using the one you let them to use(don't need password for every single one).
go www.shareware.com and search for menu.
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