Yes. Another flavor of Windows 2000/XP is available called 2000 Embedded. Or XP Embedded. I attend seminars on that about every 3 to 6 months.
It will do that with ease.
To do this with the stock issue would require one to have the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit and some time to implement what they want.
And Terminal Server has this lockdown to some app as well, but since all this is Personal Computer oriented, the idea that an user can change settings courses through the OS. Hard to change this without a lot of work.
Hi, Is there any utility by which I could render the whole drive (including all windows files) invisible to the end-user except some defined program files. What I would like to do is so that nobody can mess around with settings or windows files or any other files. This is more than just logon settings or user settings. Is there any good utility (free or payable) which could do this job under win2k or XPpro.