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Registry Restrictions

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#1 Guest_typeshluder_*


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Posted 15 December 2005 - 11:22 AM

My college put all these restrictions on my laptop and now that I am graduating in a few days I would like to get rid of them. Pretty much everything was blocked including access to my C drive, task manager, regedit, all the icons on my task bar. I found a program called Registry Workshop that allowed me to access my registry where I got rid of most of my restrictions. Now I want to remove my schools startup box. When I start my computer the normal sign on screen doesnt come up, but a box thats says welcome to the fall term at my school (hasn't changed since LAST fall) and then the schools log on box. Does anyone know where in the registry the normal start up screen would be disabled? A friend of mine did it already, but he doesnt remember where it was located. Thanks in advance.

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Posted 15 December 2005 - 12:10 PM

typeshluder welcome to BC. We are glad you could join us.
I am happy you graduated. I am afraid we cannot allow you to discuss circumventing security feature. I hope you understand.
The subjects of by passing passwords, circumventing security, or any hardware/software that was designed to restrict a computer's access is prohibits from being discussed on Bleeping Computer.
We are not questioning your honesty, but there is no way to verify the reason and use of such information. You may very well own the computer, but if you don't we would be supporting illegal activities.


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