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I Want to Know how to Add the Items in the Policy Editor to RUN Under Windows.

LOCAL USER => SYSTEM => RESTRICTIONS => ONLY RUN ALLOWED WINDOWS APPLICATIONS

Here How can I add the Application. What I mean is that's Path of the EXE File or ????
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You only need to add the file name, however you need to be aware that what you are doing is restricting windows from running any programs, but the programs you have in your list. You do not need to know the directory.

For example if you don't want setup.exe to run, then you will not add it to the list.

If you decide to do this take my advice:
1. Get a list of all executable files on your pc.
2. from that list enter the executables that you want to run on that pc and add them to the restrictions list.
3. make sure that you include all exe's that windows needs

here is a list that I use that will get you started, it is directly from the registry key where this information goes.

Get into your registry and go to the following registry key if you are interested:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\RestrictRun]

What ever program is not in the list will not run. So you will need to make sure you have all the vital programs for windows, Your office suite, IE Explorer or Netscape. To keep him from running a setup program you just leave it off this list. To keep KeyKey from running leave it off the list.


THIS IS A BLACK DIAMOND AREA, so BE CAREFUL OR YOU WILL DISABLE YOUR MACHNIE.

You do not need to put the numbers, equals sign or quotations if you are using policy editor, just the name of the file you want windows to run.
NOTE Some of these files are for programs specific to the machine i took it from.

"7"="backup.exe"
"8"="bcp.exe"
"10"="browse.com"
"11"="ccinfo.exe"
"12"="ccsched.exe"
"13"="ccw32.exe"
"14"="ccwterm.exe"
"15"="cfxvclp.exe"
"16"="chat.exe"
"17"="chngapp.exe"
"18"="cli_dos.exe"
"19"="client.bat"
"20"="compat.exe"
"21"="defrag.exe"
"22"="ecatpage.exe"
"23"="Editini.exe"
"24"="editini.exe"
"25"="emm386.exe"
"26"="emsbfr.exe"
"27"="explorer.exe"
"28"="fdisk.exe"
"29"="filcpy.exe"
"30"="filedt.exe"
"31"="filfnd.exe"
"32"="fxui.exe"
"33"="getcom.exe"
"34"="getcomp.exe"
"35"="getdata.exe"
"36"="getdev.exe"
"37"="getdisk.exe"
"38"="getenv.exe"
"39"="getirq.exe"
"40"="getlpt.exe"
"41"="getmem.exe"
"42"="getmous.exe"
"43"="getos.exe"
"44"="getother.exe"
"45"="getsfwr.exe"
"46"="gettcpip.exe"
"47"="gettsr.exe"
"48"="getvid.exe"
"49"="helpsql.hlp"
"50"="hpr85r03.hlp"
"51"="hprtbx03.exe"
"52"="hypertrm.exe"
"53"="impacc.exe"
"54"="impacc.exe"
"55"="impacc.hlp"
"56"="initmain.exe"
"57"="invdos.exe"
"58"="isql.exe"
"59"="isqlw.exe"
"60"="isqlw.exe"
"61"="l2getnet.exe"
"62"="lmgetnet.exe"
"63"="ltgetnet.exe"
"64"="makepipe.exe"
"65"="mifwin.exe"
"66"="mp2.exe"
"67"="mp2.exe"
"68"="mp2view.exe"
"69"="mp2viewf.exe"
"70"="mp2viewg.exe"
"71"="msd.exe"
"72"="msgetnet.exe"
"73"="mspaint.exe"
"74"="net.exe"
"75"="nmtsr.exe"
"76"="nwgetnet.exe"
"77"="orainst.exe"
"78"="pack.exe"
"79"="pcmwin16"
"80"="pcmwin16.exe"
"81"="plus33.exe"
"82"="plus33w.exe"
"83"="plus33w.exe"
"84"="poledit.exe"
"85"="protman.exe"
"86"="pwgetnet.exe"
"87"="qbasic.exe"
"88"="rcclip.exe"
"89"="rcdguest.exe"
"90"="rcguest.exe"
"91"="rcgvdos.exe"
"92"="readpipe.exe"
"93"="regedit.exe"
"94"="regfont.exe"
"95"="regsvr32.exe"
"96"="savedata.exe"
"97"="scan32.exe"
"98"="scandskw.exe"
"99"="sendhex.exe"
"100"="setbrows.exe"
"101"="shellker.exe"
"102"="showver.exe"
"103"="sm16.hlp"
"104"="smsrun16.exe"
"105"="smswork.exe"
"106"="sqlew.exe"
"107"="sqlew.exe"
"108"="sqlplus.exe"
"109"="start.exe"
"110"="tcptsr.exe"
"111"="tinyrfc.exe"
"112"="tnsping.exe"
"113"="wchat16.exe"
"114"="windbver.exe"
"115"="windbver.exe"
"116"="winip95.exe"
"117"="wordpad.exe"
"118"="wrap23.exe"
"119"="wslave16.exe"
"120"="wuser.exe"
"121"="wuser.exe"
"122"="xcopy.exe"
"123"="alarm.exe"
"124"="alarmmgr.exe"
"125"="chngapp.exe"
"126"="dbdump.exe"
"127"="dbload.exe"
"128"="dsa.exe"
"129"="dsaclnt.exe"
"130"="hd.exe"
"131"="hdacc.exe"
"132"="hdmerge.exe"
"133"="heapmgr.exe"
"134"="histdata.exe"
"135"="intouch.exe"
"136"="recipe.exe"
"137"="simulate.exe"
"138"="statedit.exe"
"139"="View.exe"
"140"="wm.exe"
"141"="wwuniexe.exe"
"142"="wmnt.exe"
"143"="wwlog.exe"
"144"="avconsol.exe"
"145"="bootscan.exe"
"146"="chkvxd.exe"
"147"="config32.exe"
"148"="ConfWiz.exe"
"149"="EDisk.exe"
"150"="EdWiz16.exe"
"151"="mcupdate.exe"
"152"="scan.exe"
"153"="scan32.exe"
"154"="scan86.exe"
"155"="scanpm.exe"
"156"="sendvir.exe"
"157"="validate.exe"
"158"="vsconfig.exe"
"159"="vshwin32.exe"
"160"="vsStat.exe"
"161"="wccmdr.exe"
"162"="webscanx.exe"
"163"="excel.exe"
"164"="winword.exe"
"165"="FindFast.exe"
"166"="mso7ftp.exe"
"167"="mso7ftpa.exe"
"168"="mso7ftps.exe"
"169"="msqry32.exe"
"170"="osa.exe"
"171"="logagent.exe"
"172"="mplayer2.exe"
"173"="Winzip32.exe"
"174"="wzsepe32.exe"
"175"="accstat.exe"
"176"="actmovie.exe"
"177"="addreg.exe"
"178"="arp.exe"
"179"="attrib.exe"
"180"="awadpr32.exe"
"181"="awsnto32.exe"
"182"="calc.exe"
"183"="charmap.exe"
"184"="chkdsk.exe"
"185"="ckcnv.exe"
"186"="clspack.exe"
"187"="conagent.exe"
"188"="Control.exe"
"189"="convdsn.exe"
"190"="dcomcnfg.exe"
"191"="ddeshare.exe"
"192"="ddexinst.exe"
"193"="ddhelp.exe"
"194"="debug.exe"
"195"="defrag.exe"
"196"="deltree.exe"
"197"="delw2reg.exe"
"198"="dllhost.exe"
"199"="drvspace.exe"
"200"="dssig.exe"
"201"="emm386.exe"
"202"="explorer.exe"
"203"="expostrt.exe"
"204"="extrac32.exe"
"205"="extract.exe"
"206"="fc.exe"
"207"="fdisk.exe"
"208"="find.exe"
"209"="fontreg.exe"
"210"="fontview.exe"
"211"="ftp.exe"
"212"="gdi.exe"
"213"="grpconv.exe"
"214"="hh.exe"
"215"="hprbkg03.exe"
"216"="hpcfg03.exe"
"217"="hprhid03.exe"
"218"="hprlnk03.exe"
"219"="hprnhd03.exe"
"220"="hprnwi03.exe"
"221"="hprst103.exe"
"222"="hprbx03.exe"
"223"="i_view32.exe"
"224"="inst9753.exe"
"225"="jdbgmgr.exe"
"226"="jetcomp.exe"
"227"="jview.exe"
"228"="k951unin.exe"
"229"="krnl386.exe"
"230"="label.exe"
"231"="llatsni.exe"
"232"="lmscript.exe"
"233"="loadwc.exe"
"234"="m5drvr32.exe"
"235"="mem.exe"
"236"="mkcompat.exe"
"237"="move.exe"
"238"="mplayer.exe"
"239"="mprexe.exe"
"240"="mscdex.exe"
"241"="msgsrv32.exe"
"242"="nbtstat.exe"
"243"="net.exe"
"244"="netdde.exe"
"245"="netstat.exe"
"246"="netwatch.exe"
"247"="nlsfunc.exe"
"248"="notepad.exe"
"249"="odbcad32.exe"
"250"="packager.exe"
"251"="pbrush.exe"
"252"="ping.exe"
"253"="progman.exe"
"254"="protman.exe"
"255"="pstores.exe"
"256"="qfecheck.exe"
"257"="qfeupd.exe"
"258"="qstart.exe"
"259"="quikview.exe"
"260"="ReDir32.exe"
"261"="regserv.exe"
"262"="regwiz.exe"
"263"="route.exe"
"264"="rpcss.exe"
"265"="rsrcmtr.exe"
"266"="rundll.exe"
"267"="rundll32.exe"
"268"="runonce.exe"
"269"="scandisk.exe"
"270"="scandskw.exe"
"271"="sentstrt.exe"
"272"="sentw95.exe"
"273"="setver.exe"
"274"="share.exe"
"275"="sigres.exe"
"276"="smartdrv.exe"
"277"="snmp.exe"
"278"="softboot.exe"
"279"="sort.exe"
"280"="spool32.exe"
"281"="sstunst2.exe"
"282"="st6unst.exe"
"283"="start.exe"
"284"="subst.exe"
"285"="sysedit.exe"
"286"="sysmon.exe"
"287"="systray.exe"
"288"="tapiexe.exe"
"289"="tapiini.exe"
"290"="taskman.exe"
"291"="telnet.exe"
"292"="tour.exe"
"293"="tracert.exe"
"294"="user.exe"
"295"="verinst.exe"
"296"="Welcome.exe"
"297"="winfile.exe"
"298"="winhelp.exe"
"299"="winhlp32.exe"
"300"="wininit.exe"
"301"="winipcfg.exe"
"302"="winpopup.exe"
"303"="winver.exe"
"304"="write.exe"
"305"="wsasrv.exe"
"306"="xcopy.exe"
"307"="xcopy32.exe"


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Works Fine. Thank U
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