Reading Michael Howards blog, I saw an article about safer browsing using software restriction policies.
Browsing the Web and Reading E-mail Safely as an Administrator, Part 2
He mentions there are 3 security levels that are not normally displayed in the Group Policy Editor
Unfortunately he only tells us the value to get Basic User to display, so I have added the others below.
0x10000 – Constrained (also named Restricted)
0x20000 – Normal User (also named Basic User)
0x01000 – Untrusted
0x31000 – to get all 3
Copy the text below to make a reg file
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
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Hitachi have released a huge HD, the Deskstar 7K500
A couple of these and you will have a TeraByte of storage.
It ain’t all that long since a 10 Meg HD seemed huge.
Samsung and Athena reckon they have a new chip that can do over 200 MB/s.
So whats new.
These guys have been losing it for years now. Just when you thiunk they are coming back, they drop the ball.
Isn’t it nice to be so big that you can make terrible decisions and still be in business. Hey, give me a shot at running the joint. I couldn’t do worse than the clowns they have had. Or could I?