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Dont know if this belongs here--possibility...


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Hey dont know if this is the appropriate forum, so I think that it is best if I just put it here. Anyways, is it possible for me to password protect certain applications?



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Thanks Mod for moving this :-)

Edited by juber0, 15 February 2006 - 12:03 AM.

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yes. requires 3 party application to accomplish this.
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Care to elaborate starjax?
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I don't remember the recomendation that was made in an earlier post, but something like this would work: http://www.winability.com/folderguard/
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