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Locking browser preferences

Question: Is there a way to lock the preferences in Netscape or Mozilla so that students cannot change the home page or browser settings? The IT Guy says: One way to lock students out of changing browser preferences as well as many other system settings is to use commercial desktop security software like Fortres

Locking Down Windows 2000 Server

Question: We are running Windows 2000 server and I know it came out of the box much less secure than Windows 2003 server does. How can I lock down Windows 2000 server? The IT Guy says: You are correct, Windows 2000 by default is configured with many more services enabled and vulnerabilities exposed than Windows

Locking items in place (Kidspiration 2)

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Texas district locks up student data

 With more than 66,000 students in 98 campuses, El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) is the seventh largest district in Texas and the 57th largest district in the United States. So it isn't hard to  imagine the amount of stored student data the district must protect every minute of every day, in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). 

Don’t Lock it Down

I received an email today from an internet company that promised to “help teachers bring the power of the Internet to the classroom without the distractions that come with it.”