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How to make sure the user will not abble to go out from a specify application ( Blocking Minimize options & Full screen mode )

Posted on 2008-10-12
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Hi,
I would like to know if someone know a local GPO  or software that will auto  start a specify application when the user will log on ( that can be done with a script or startup folder )  and then  block the user to minimize the application.

In fats I need to find a way to make sure the user will not be able to go anywhere else  except in my corporate application.  ( user will not be abble to minimize the application or going on the windows desktop )

User is on a PC, no server linked

Let me know !
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windows steadystate
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/sharedaccess/default.mspx
Then put your application in the startup folder so it launches automatically.
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Thx thats exatly that I need,  simple question, do you think my MCafee EPO agent will still be abble to run the updates, same thing for my MS windows update that are sent via WSUS ?

Thx again
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They should work fine! Glad it's what you needed. :-)
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