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The typical technical approach is to install a HTTP proxy server where you implement your download restrictions/policies. Then you can use a GPO to enforce that the proxy server gets used (assuming that your computers are all AD domain members) and as the next phase you block direct internet access at your gateway/firewall. Normally you precede the ...


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It depends on how the users are using the workstations in question--are they supposed to be saving files, or are these generic workstations? Is the problem that you don't want them listening to music, or that they're downloading viruses with their music? (I also don't know your budget.) Depending on this, I'd probably use multiple approaches. Proxy ...


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I have not tried the below answer, but it seems reasonable as a starting point for your own investigation. http://www.nonstop.co.il/kb/view.php?kb=66 Solution Open ADSIEDIT and navigate to the OU where your broken user account is stored. Locate the user account, right-click on it and then choose "Properties". Click on the "Filter" button ...


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Absolutely. Send an abnormally big (>1GB should do it) print file to it. Don't have a file that big? Whip up something in powershell along the lines of: PS C:\Users\BigHomie> 1..1000000000 | for-each {Get-Process | Out-File .\Desktop\test.txt -Append} Should do it, if not jus keep on truckin. For best results, reduce the amount of available RAM the ...



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