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    Running VB .exe files from user home space

    Afternoon,

    We currently block .exe files running from pupil users directories (and staff) but would like to allow our GCSE Computer Science pupils the ability to run .exe generated files from

    %username%\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\*

    It is currently blocked by group policy.

    We I want to create the GPO and assign it to a security group of which the pupils (and teaching staff) will be part of.

    I cannot for the life of me remember where to do this and how to make it override the 'Stop All .exe' policy we have.

    ANy advice?

    Cheers

    Gareth

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    Hi,

    I think you maybe looking for this section :

    User Config > Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Software Restriction Policies

    apologies if im wide of the mark.

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