|Subject:||Deny install software by Helpdeskadmin@server.local|
|Posted by:||Matt Carter (MLCarter19…@yahoo.com.)|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Aug 2007|
We have a helpdesk software that likes to install itself on all the systems
in the company. For the servers, we do NOT want this. I spoke with tech
support and they said to create a user, as I have, that has domain
permissions to install on the local user systems, and to great a GPO in AD on
Server 2003 that has HelpdeskAdministrat…@server.com account and then set
that account to DENIED to the member servers and the domain controllers.
I am not sure where in the GPO to go to edit and do I make it enabled, etc.
I want to have Group Policy see that the user helpdeskadministrator is
trying to install and to have the group policy DENY that installation of the
Thank you for your help.