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Posted 17 October 2005 - 11:08 AM
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Posted 18 October 2005 - 09:51 PM
One of the first steps is to disable his account. I would then change user names such as "Administrator" to something else. By default, Administrator is used so any hacker can attempt to guess the password by trying to login as user "Administrator". Change Administrator to a new user name that is ambiguous, i.e., not your pet name or a username someone can easily guess. Also change the password. Then slap him.
on the user account where you set the access you want someone to have
you can create a "prevent forgotten password" disk
now my brother in law has one of these disks and we don't want him to use the computer
SO is there any way of stopping this short of giving him a slap?
i know he puts on keyloggers trying to get CC numbers
but caught him with the scanner from ca associates
which i think grinler put up a while ago unsure...
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