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> Application Startup Control - Want to block 'everyone' except some users, how to do?
kasfan
post 17.06.2012 14:38
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Hello,
I am trying to define a Application Startup Control policy that will deny everyone access to the web browser except some users I specify.
I specify for example my user as the allowed users list
I specify 'everyone' as the blocked users list.
Then I to launch firefox and i get blocked even though I'm on the allowed list huh.gif

Please help
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Kirill Kertsenba...
post 18.06.2012 11:20
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Hi kasfan,

I can be wrong, but it looks like "denied permission" is always higher than "granted permission". In this case you must not use EVERYONE for denied rule when granted rule has a particular group
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Syed Ejaz Ali
post 18.06.2012 11:27
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QUOTE(kasfan @ 17.06.2012 15:38) *
Hello,
I am trying to define a Application Startup Control policy that will deny everyone access to the web browser except some users I specify.
I specify for example my user as the allowed users list
I specify 'everyone' as the blocked users list.
Then I to launch firefox and i get blocked even though I'm on the allowed list huh.gif

Please help
/me


Hi kasfan,
Just Add the users/groups in "Users/Groups that are granted a permission" which users/groups you want to use that application and blank the option "Users/Group that are denied permission". So your that User/Groups run the applications which you mentioned in granted permission and all other Users/groups are denied.
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kasfan
post 18.06.2012 14:39
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QUOTE(Syed Ejaz Ali @ 18.06.2012 10:27) *
Hi kasfan,
Just Add the users/groups in "Users/Groups that are granted a permission" which users/groups you want to use that application and blank the option "Users/Group that are denied permission". So your that User/Groups run the applications which you mentioned in granted permission and all other Users/groups are denied.


Thanks! it works! smile.gif
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