Is there a way to prevent DOS 6.22 from allowing you to interrupt execution of config.sys/autoexec.bat by using F5/F8 key? DOS 5 and below didn't allow this. I need to prevent unatteded computers in a school library from being molested. I have installed restrictions in PROGMAN.INI which only work after Windows has started. Any ideas? Walt
In CONFIG.SYS, put the following line:
That stops users from being able to press F% or F8. (well.. they still can do it, but it has no effect :))
This other switch is interesting:
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