I'm challenged everyday with trying to keep the want-to-be computer geeks at my high school and middle school locked down. I implement everything through either group policy or by means of a ghost image (to remove items). I'm looking for any examples of what you're doing out there if you work in a school district to STOP knuckleheads from trying to cheat, play around and/or disrupt the normal classroom because he/she wants to be a show off. I used to use Deepfreeze enterprise but it was too inconvenient. I'm moving from Windows XP to Windows 7 and I'm not that familiar with how I can lock down the computer. This is our current profile:
Windows 7 Professional
Lightspeed Security Suite
Use Group Policy and/or ghost imaging to control environment
Is there any way to stop kids from uploading .exe/zip files from a flash drive to their home folder "H Drive"?
I'm open to any help!!