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Re[4]: Messenger service abuse (from inside the network)
From: Alexander Lukyanenko <sashman () ua fm>
Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2003 21:46:21 +0200

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Hello Shawn,

Friday, December 5, 2003, 12:56:15 AM, you wrote:

SJ>     I think someone already mentioned it; you can lockdown the
SJ> command
SJ> line from the GP, which will stop some. If they use a batch script
SJ> ACL'ing the net command and you should be good.
The <WinKey>+R box is a part of Windows course, so I can't just
disable it. I've disabled the messenger service at all machines,
so "net send" will fail. (ACLing net.exe out may have unwanted
consequences, as net is used not only for messenging here).

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