Posted on April 28th, 2009 No comments
Here’s a tech-tip straight off the press. You might find yourself in the situation that you need to permit users to have the right to browse UNC paths on the network. This may be the case if you have users with elevated priveledges, such as users who are local administrators and are allowed to install software using the Partially Managed Workstation feature of PowerFuse.
Click here to read the new article RG019 on this subject
Thanks to Scott Taylor and Roy Woods at Fujitsu Services, UK. You guys rock!
Posted on January 17th, 2009 No comments
It was discovered yesterday that there was something missing from the Desktop Shortcut lockdown buildingblock. A part of the BB will redirect the desktop to the homedirectory. As a consequence of this (at least that’s the presumption) you may be met with a very security warning every time you click on a desktop icon. The update consists of a PowerLaunch User Registry hack which will take care of this. This is to be found in a new Step 6 of the technote. The updated technote can be found here
Posted on January 4th, 2009 No comments
Hi all, There is now an article available which will help you enhance your current PowerFuse 2008 SR3 environment with some great functionality. By using File and Folder Security combined with some interesting reghacks etc, it is possible to block the users from putting any data on the desktop, but still allow the users to put any kind of shortcut there. Hence we keep the data where we want it and the users can drag-and-drop shortcuts out to their hearts content, and we all live happily ever after.. Anyway, go have a look at the article here