Hi. I'm fixing up a computer for someone and I'm considering locking down permissions for non-admin users a little more than just setting the account type to standard.
*quick back story*
This computer is locked down because the employees forgot the password to the single account. I break in via iso and then BitTorrent boots up and starts SEEDING illegal music files. I know the owner of the company very well and I know he doesn't condone the use of his computer and bandwidth for pirating and seeding music. There's loads of other junk on the computer that in no way benefits the company (assisted living housing). So I clean it up with Revo, CCleaner, Malwarebytes, etc. Then I made a new standard user account and an administrator account. I plan to give the admin password to the owner, and the standard password to the employees + owner.
My friend suggested that I somehow lock down the account beyond just setting the permissions to standard. Do you guys have any recommendations for programs to do this? Do you think that just standard permissions will be enough? Thanks.
fyi the employees use it to view MS Office documents and web browsing. Other than that I don't believe their work involves the use of other programs.
Edited by r84shi37, 29 April 2014 - 12:56 PM.