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    Is there any application out there that stops kids be able to copy stupid things like mp3 and quake3 onto the network but lets files like .docs though etc so the kids can WORK lol

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    You could use a group policy to stop .exe files from running in certain locations on your network. That should stop quake2 from working.

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    In Server 2K3 release 2 you can control what types of files are allowed to be stored by file extension

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    Where are they copying the files from? USB/floppy/CD? Email? Web sites?

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