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> Uninstall password???, Where to set password for deinstall
pankajok
post 11.12.2007 15:09
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KIS 6.0.2.621.
How can I stop users from uninstalling KIS?
Its a workgroup of anout 20 computers, WinXP SP2, and all the users are having Admin Rights b_lol1.gif

There is option for password protection, but thats only for Operations/options. If users in my company wants to change some setting, they simply uninstall KIS, and reinstall with new settings. dash1.gif What settings should I do, so that users cannot uninstall KIS???
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Lucian Bara
post 11.12.2007 15:38
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hello
unfortunatly there's no such option available for now. why do the user need admin rights.
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pankajok
post 12.12.2007 12:53
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QUOTE(Lucian Bara @ 11.12.2007 17:08) *
hello
unfortunatly there's no such option available for now. why do the user need admin rights.


Well after installing Xp, user just start using computer. Even if we create the user login with limited rights, will it help me in preventing KIS uninstallation????
I believe impossible in nothing, perticularly in IT. Whats the solution?????
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Lucian Bara
post 12.12.2007 16:39
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Well after installing Xp, user just start using computer. Even if we create the user login with limited rights, will it help me in preventing KIS uninstallation????

usually yes. you need admin credentials for such installations/uninstallations.
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post 12.12.2007 18:47
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Since you can NOT install/uninstall services from the system as "Regular User", simply downgrading rights would be enough.


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