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I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. DaveM Independent Advisor. Yeah I hear you about the grandma, accept he was scammed for a fair bit of money instead with amazing “investments”. We do this at work and it ensures only an admin can then install software as only admins can modify program files.

Also most malicious software that takes control of your PC needs admin access to be successful not just ran in a users security context. An exception to this would be crypto ware that encrypts files. But again if ran in a users context without admin rights it could only encrypt files that user had access to. A good antivirus would stop this such as Sophos Central with IntetceptX.

I’m going to disagree here, many browser exploits or malicious email links do not need admin rights to run, they use exploits and scripts to execute bypass techniques in already vulnerable systems – and given most home users don’t patch because they dont know how, Microsoft force it for ‘Home’ editions of Windows, since this person has ‘pro’ then the management of patches is on them. Why else would AppLocker and SRPs need to be put in place in businesses, many companies don’t give users admin rights to help reduce the risk, but this in itself does not negate them clicking a ‘PDF’ link to a fake Office update that executes a piece of code to exploit a vulnerability in something like OLE objects, Flash or Java, to name just a handful of applications.

Most of these way’s in are also not detectable by AV or malware scanners as they are neither, it’s only after the fact they are issues and at that point it’s typically too late.

Remove admin rights, whitelist SRP whitelist is key here. As long as you have Pro you can use local policy. You absolutely can install to your profile without admin.

Give him a guest account, instead of an admin account. So create another account, and make it a guest account, then lock down his previous account either with a password change, or just create a new admin account for yourself and delete his previous admin account.

I think a few have got carried away here. This is a home scenario, removing admin rights is enough. Set up proper spam and scam functions for the elderly easily available especially in Gmail. Brand Representative for Zoho. You can install Desktop Central that comes free for 25 devices, more like a server-client model. If you do have a lap, you can install the server here and agent on your father’s machine.

Brand Representative for PolicyPak. To block these you need some kind of whitelisting. Video 3: Block other crap and nonsense, like Control Panel, Scripts, and other junk which could be an attack vector:.

If they need Windows 10 for like certain software and stuff then non admin account and a good ad blocker and a real antivirus can help. But if they don’t need to run X software that requires Windows honestly a chromebook would be the best bet. Make sure he doesn’t have admin rights or power user rights, but only local rights. This will keep from install any potential malware onto pc. As far as this topic is concerned, it doesn’t matter.

As much as I’m generally loathe to recommend them partly because they’d misrepresented themselves in advertisements as “anti-virus software” and also generally negative reviews with regards to them not keeping up on legitimate software , it sounds like they could benefit from PCMatic or perhaps a similar software developed by someone that keeps better track of legitimate programs which operates based off of a white-list approach i. Absolutely this. I convinced two my more “vulnerable” family members to buy Mac Mini machines after having done several virus removals – not a single call about malware since!

My parents have a similar problem. I’ve removed local admin from their logins and have my own I use to install software. No group policy or other fancy stuff needed.

I’ve setup a backup regimen for them by using Macrium free to an external drive with reminders that they have to plug it in and unplug it after the backup. They’re pretty good about it, and it air-gaps the backup so it doesn’t get trashed if they contract ransomware. I agree with the others that are saying to make his profile a “Standard” account and not an admin account.

Then to actually restrict apps that can be installed would be left up to a third party Antivirus. That I would have to do more research on. I think most people that said simply take away his admin access were right on the money. There’s no need for over the top controls in this case, simple is best -. DragonsRule is correct , A user logged into a standard account will be allowed to install programs that do not affect other user accounts.

This is the simplest way to prevent software installation. You should see the Group Policy Editor box open. Right click Windows Installer and select Edit. See It In Action. Instant productivity and immersive in-office collaboration for your home Zoom for Home is a new offering included with Zoom Meetings user licenses that allows anyone to deploy a personal collaboration device for video meetings, phone calls, interactive whiteboarding, and annotation.

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This however also implies that these per user components have to be put in place for all subsequent users of the application, and this is where self-healing and Active Setup come in to play.

Thank you pjgeutjens, I will try that when I am using repackagers this week. Rating comments in this legacy AppDeploy message board thread won’t reorder them, so that the conversation will remain readable.

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If UAC is enabled and the correct Admin credentials are not provided, the installation fails with an error stating that administrator privileges are required. If UAC is disabled by the registry key, group policy, or the control panel, the UAC dialog box is not displayed and the installation fails with an error stating that administrator privileges are required.

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