|Win Control 2002 allows you to protect your NT/2000/XP PC from vandalism in the systems software, its configuration and from unduly changed passwords. You can also define which Programs a user is allowed to run and which not.|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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With Win Control you can not only define the access rights each of your users should have, you can also protect the Windows Desktop from unauthorized manipulation. You can even define access privileges to system functionality for each user. Finally make an end to deleted or moved links, unlicensed copies of programs, unauthorized screensavers and most of the other vandalism to a Windows 2000/NT and Windows XP system users can think of.
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