Call Centre Lockdown

For legal compliance I have to lockdown windows workstations, removing right click, cut and paste and restricting URL's etc. Is there some software that will make this easy?
Mark_CollingeAsked:
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netcmhCommented:
I wish there was. This is an involved process. Your sysadmin, networkadmin, desktoptechnicians would all have to work to achieve this. If you're like me and are the only tech in the company, this falls squarely on your shoulders.

Start with a maintenance window to install EMET on all the workstations as a behavioural analysis and action tool. While you're at it, and AV with malware detection and sandboxing might be a good idea. Group policies to enforce the restrictions you have in mind will have to be developed and deployed. An appliance like the Fortigate or BlueCoat will help with the URL restrictions. There are other ways of doing this -dns redirection/rewriting etc. Then, writing accesslists to block malicious geo IPs and implementing it on the perimeter.

Too many parts to this. Too many things that can go wrong. So, a solid implementation plan is a MUST! Good luck.
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Mark_CollingeAuthor Commented:
It shouldn't be too bad if I can launch IE into Kiosk mode pointing at the URL with the CRM at logon, and disable right mouse click, ctrl-alt-del and shift-tab.
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netcmhCommented:
Disable Ctrl+alt+end and Alt+F4 as well, otherwise the kiosk mode is easily bypass-able. Please also read up on the iKat framework which is specifically designed for breaking kiosk modes.
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McKnifeCommented:
To make this question kind of answerable, you should maybe add
->what OS (including edition) are we talking about?
->are those computers domain joined?
->what are you trying to prevent?
->what would still need to run?

Because so far we have only "removing right click, cut and paste and restricting URL's" which is vague and then there is the almighty "etc." which could be anything and nothing.
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Mark_CollingeAuthor Commented:
In all fairness I asked if there was software available to lockdown a computer for PCI DSS compliance. The OS can be anything I decide it to be, domain or no domain, I did mention in a subsequent post that I needed access to a URL at login. But thanks anyway.
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netcmhCommented:
My suggestions (ID: 40488835,  ID: 40489451) state that while there is no software that can easily do the task, a good plan with remedial software could provide the same outcome.
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netcmhCommented:
Thank you.
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