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    Students learning programming and need to run exe's

    We currently have the programs running in VM ware with network access disabled. Does anyone have any better ideas as it does have it's drawbacks.

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    I'm looking at setting up App Locker to reign in the kids, but you're going to need Windows 7 Enterprise on the clients to do it. Windows XP and Vista have SRP (software restriction policies), but these can get messy in a hurry and can be hard to manage.

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    They will need to be able to run them as it is part of the Computer science curriculum we will be teaching. What do other schools do for teaching this? It is just a bit fiddly!

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