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    Re: Students accessing the Servers through Word

    Block command.com then.

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    Re: Students accessing the Servers through Word

    Only for them to rename it to notcommand.com then embed it into a word file? What windows needs is some sort of md5 matching so you can block programs that way.

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    Re: Students accessing the Servers through Word

    You can do program hashing in the sftware restriction GPs.

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    Re: Students accessing the Servers through Word

    Assuming you're running XP of course



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