Help - Brother,

Discussion in 'General Computer Chat' started by Hellfire, Aug 5, 2004.

  1. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    He's constently deleting my music, files, un-installing my games. I use Windoze Me operating system and want to lock him out, how can I do that? how can I lock the bastard from touching my stouch, or even viewing them... I wanna show this bastard a lesson, help please
     
  2. AainaalyaA

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  3. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    I said I was on ME lol

    The thing is.. I'm talking about when he goes onto his profile, he goes to C:/windows/profiles/{my udername} and goes through all my files, he and read and delete them, how can I password protect this folder or stop him using it?
     
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  4. AainaalyaA

    AainaalyaA New Member

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    H/W lock.. does your system not have a hardware locking system? IBM / Fujitsu and a plethora of other newer system comes with this.. as to locking the system completely.. perhaps [tab] might have a solution.
     
  5. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    Not that I know off, and I know ME doesn't have much seceraty features of it's own
     
  6. Lorand

    Lorand <b>VIP Member</b>

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    Buy a cordless keyboard and mouse and lock it away while you're not there :D
     
  7. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    it's half his pc and mine:(
     
  8. Lorand

    Lorand <b>VIP Member</b>

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    Then how you want to lock him out?
     
  9. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    not out of the pc, just my files, my user. he has access to my user
     
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  12. Praetor

    Praetor Administrator Staff Member

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    Folder encryption is prolly the simplest way out there but if you want the policy editor can be used quite effectively :) If your comp has multiple drives, move ur stuff to one of the drives and disable it when ur done using it :p
     
  13. Hellfire

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    The link wouldn't let me download it :(
     
  14. Lorand

    Lorand <b>VIP Member</b>

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    Which one of them?
     
  15. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    the one for the folders, the 64bit encryption one

    I got this

    Not Found

    The requested URL /epfFREE50_64bit06300003.exe was not found on this server.
    Apache/2.0.46 (Red Hat) Server at www.pcguardian.com Port 80
     
  16. Lorand

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  17. Hellfire

    Hellfire New Member

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    It says I have to submit a phone number and a company name. Is there anyway of getting that other product?
     
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  19. smadge

    smadge New Member

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    i dont know much about password stuff but you could rename the folder to something weird and technichal like "VMM32" or "SBUtils" or "IOSUBSYS" depending on how clever he is:D
     
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