How to Disable/Restrict the Find Target button under Properties dialogue box?
Posted on 2008-02-06
I tried searching EE for this topic but to no avail, if ever there is one, i;ll be glad to know the link, thank you.
this is my problem, I'm using the Windows 98 Second Edition with the units in my little internet cafe business. It's so annoying every now and then I have to copy back the entire folder of a game just because it has been erased by malicious customers. This is my PC setup: hard drive is partition into 3, primary partition and the 2nd logical partition are secured by deepfreeze. Only the 1st logical drive where all my local and online games are installed is not protected since it constantly update files online, so protecting it is in my own knowledge would only cause those online games to patch everytime it connects. Though the drives are restricted from public access (i.e. all 3 partition drives are hidden by my time management software)folders are hidden and folder options are restricted to ensure that they cannot access the show all files option, still they were able to sneak around via Find Target button after right clicking a desktop shortcut then Properties and able to mess around with the files in that unprotected drive. I come to think, if I could only disable the Find Target button and disable the New command in desktop context menu, and MS-Dos prompt, they'll be barred from entering those folders.
Help me with this please. thanks.