Windows 95 Logon

Posted on 1998-09-24
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Last Modified: 2013-12-16
Is there anyway to setup Windows95 where you have to logon and cannot hit cancel to get out of the logon?
If there isn't can you set IExplore to make some one logon where you cannot hit cancel and get on anyway?
Question by:kam012498

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jcnork earned 60 total points
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It sounds like you are looking for a good Access Control Utility.  Goto
There are quite a few software products listed.  You can demo a few and select the one that fits your needs and budget.
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Set your policies to require login. Use POLEDIT.EXE to set.


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