6 responses to “Promising Practices for Public Access Computers, Part 2

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  4. How can you apply local “user configuration” policies to a guest account?

    • Eric Stroshane

      This is possible only if you’re using Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate; unfortunately the Home versions of Win7 that are far more prevalent on library PACs don’t have the more granular control user policies grant you.

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