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i do not want the students ...
21st July 2011, 07:33 PM #1
Mac- How do you lock down for students
Can anyone help me get my head round locking down macs for student use
i do not want the students to be able to run things in core services or utilities
we have workgroup manager running
have groups for staff and students
i don't want to white list everything in wgm i just want to stop them fiddling with the settings
How do you guys do it
22nd July 2011, 10:30 AM #2
would using wgm to deny access to utilities and the coreservices folders work?
22nd July 2011, 11:24 AM #3
Yeah, if you put those locations into the Applications tab under 'Disallow applications within these folders'.
Originally Posted by round2it
I've never explicitly banned apps in the CoreServices folder though, as I would imagine you get some OS usability problems if you do. You're probably better off finding ways of making sure they can't access it in the first place. I assume pupil accounts are non-administrator? In which case they shouldn't be able to get into it anyway.
22nd July 2011, 12:08 PM #4
yes pupils accounts are non admin
its the core services i was mainly worried about like directory admin ect
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