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    blocking .exes using group policy

    Can somebody tell me how to block the students from running .exe files via group policy please as there a number of executables in the shared area which need to be blocked out.

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    Have a look at this post Software Restriction Policies How To...: Security Policy; Security Services

    You can use path and hash rules depending on where and what things are.

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    Controlling application access via Windows Group Policies, pt. 1 | wyckedone.net

    Have a read of that i'm pretty sure that will help you do what you're looking to accomplish.

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