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gendel32.exe shows up on my C drive? [RESOLVED]


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I don't know of any programs that I would recommend for this. Are you considered the admin of this computer?
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somethin else wierd i just remebered (on the windows 2000 computer at work )... if you go Start>Search>On The Internet ..it lets you acces Internet Explorer and when it brings up the page it is set on about:blank.. i went to access the internet the regular way C/program Files/Internet Explorer..and clicked Iexplore.exe and it brought up yahoo.com..like everything is fine. It just kinda freaked me out when it brought that up using the start>search> method. I went to yahoo.com then went into tools and tryed to set home page as use current. It let me do it then when i started over and opened it again it was back to about:blank

Kinda wierd


Yea i would be the Admin i guess... the owners are my friends ( im the night manager )and they dont know how to do much on the computer( im pretty much the only one who knows how to do anything with the aloha system)

Edited by retrac, 25 May 2005 - 01:21 AM.

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Does the day manager know how to change the security on Internet Explorer?? That's one option. Completely securing where he won't be able to do much...
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does that about: blank thing worry you ??? like i said when i use the regular link to IE it is fine ?

Im not sure he knows how to do that ...im not sure i do either?

im guessin Tools> Internet Options> security tab ??

Edited by retrac, 25 May 2005 - 01:28 AM.

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Yeah, it does not worry me especially since we thoroughly cleaned the system!

If you really want to lock it down you would go to Tools > Internet Options then set security to high, privacy to block all cookies (that's as high as it goes!), then you can enable "content advisor" and lock that with a password lol
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will content advisor block the internet totally ???

I have cookies set too > block 3rd party and prompt 1st party.but i guess you can still let in the cookies....

pretty much if i set privacy to high and activate content advisor will this block all internet use without a password ???
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If you set up content advisor there is an option to allow the supervisor to type a password in order to allow access to blocked content, you can set it to Level 0 which means they won't be able to go to any site that has more than "offensive slang" lol and in order to access the blocked sites the supervisor can enter the password.
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would it keep him out of his e-mail too ???



guess i could Add yahoo as a restricted site. that would keep him from his email

Edited by retrac, 25 May 2005 - 01:49 AM.

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If you know the site where his e-mail is, you can block it if you really wanted to...
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lol just thought of that ... will content advisor keep people out of the security tab where you "restrict" certain websites( in tools> IE options


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I had already posted before I saw your edit :tazz:

If you don't know already, you can get to content advisor, by going to Tools > Internet Options - click on the "Content" tab, then click "Enable" under content advisor then set it up however you want.
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Of that, I am not quite sure. There should be an option in content advisor that allows you to set restrictions on specific sites and would need a password to access it, but you'll just have to play around with it to find out!
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cool im gonna mess around with it see how good it works hehehe LOL

Thanks again for the help with that gendel32.exe Im gonna be talkin to ya soon..

hadnt forgot
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You're welcome! I'm going to go ahead and close this one since it's been resolved. Just PM me to let me know when you plan to post any more logs for computers lol :tazz:
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works been a lil stressful lately...

Edited by retrac, 25 May 2005 - 02:00 AM.

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