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  • All,


    I'm currently trying to lock down some computers for the local fire department I am on.  I am in stalling a Department of Transportation program that we use frequently.  Once I have the computers locked down (I have turned off access to the internet) the program requires itself to open a file from the program files that is an .html file.  The program is basically a database of information that we use.  The program will open and function properly until I search for something in the database, then it give me an error.  It tells me that access to 'C:\Program Files\***\***\doc.html' is denied.  I am not for sure what settings I need to take off to get this program to work as it works fine in the administrator account and still be able to deny internet access.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.



    Friday, December 14, 2007 3:55 PM


  • Hi Lyonsgd,


    Thank you for posting here!


    Please check if the following steps can get this issue resolved:


    1. Open SteadyState from an administrator account.

    2. Select the public user profile.

    3. Under Windows Restrictions\Start Menu Restrictions, uncheck the following restriction:


    Remove the Run icon


    4. Click OK. Log on with public user to test


    If the issue persists, please include the exact error message for my further research.


    Best Regards,


    Monday, December 17, 2007 3:16 AM