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Old 01-31-2005, 09:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post Controlling Hardware access

sup guys,
i have an internal linksys 802.11b card and 5 windows user accounts on Win xp home, can i disable access to card under one user account and enable the other with out going to device manager every time i logon and enable it then disable before i log off
or is there a way to kill internet connectivity for one user account and not the others?
any help will be very appreiciated

Originally posted by csamuels
one way is to set IE to use a proxy that doesn't exist. open IE, click tools, internet options, click connections tab, click lan settings, set proxy server to, click ok, click ok.

now you'll need to block access to that setting

shange this registry setting
ernet Explorer\Control Panel]

The above hack did not work for me-when I opened the registry editor,

AS you see there is no internet explorer under the policies tree and yes this is the tree for [hkey_current

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Old 02-02-2005, 12:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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C'mon cant someone help

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Old 02-02-2005, 04:46 AM   #3 (permalink)
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log in as the user you want to disable it as

Go to:

* TCP/IP Properties
* Advanced
* Options
* TCP/IP filtering Properties
* Select Enable TCP/IP filtering (All adapters)
* Select Permit Only for all three selections (TCP, UDP, IP)
* Add only the allowed ports that are needed (leaving out port 80 for Web browser traffic)
* Click OK multiple times to close out the windows
[root@root root]$ su
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