Archive for the ‘Windows Vista Security’ Category
If you share your computer, allow others to use it, or if you are a network administrator, you may not want people to use removable media. Removable media can carry harmful software that can be transferred to your computer in a matter of seconds. In this guide you’ll learn how to disable access to removable media in Windows Vista.
You may have software on your computer that you don’t want [insert account user type here] accessing. Windows Vista lets you block access to programs – for individual user accounts on your computer. Learn, in this guide, how to set up controls to restrict access to specific programs on your computer.
If your [insert account user type here] plays inappropriate or too many games, you can intervene and set controls with Windows Vista. In this guide, you’ll learn how to restrict what games can be played by account users.
If you’re concerned about the amount of time your [insert account user type here] spends on the computer, you can restrict the time they get by setting up an allowed-usage schedule in Windows Vista. Learn how to set up time restrictions for an account by following this guide.
You should protect young children when they are using the internet. Children learn best without you over their shoulders telling them what to do, but the internet is a scary place. In this guide you’ll learn how to control allowed websites in Windows Vista.