Show Specific control panel items issue RES WM

In a locked down Windows environment, it is a best practice to hide specific control panel items for those functions that can’t or shouldn’t be performed by an end user. With a RES WM “User registry” object, you can use “control.admx” to load the policy template to configure these settings. In the “List of allowed […]
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RES Workspace Manager “Installation on demand”

In a RES Workspace Manager environment it is easy to present an application to an end user (Identity). Most of the time, the challence is to install the application on the Laptop / Desktop. There needs to be consistency between the application delivered and installed on the machine of the end user. By integrating RES […]
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Sticky Notes on Windows 2008 R2 with RES Workspace Manager

In Windows 7 Sticky Notes is a standaard accessory. Strangely enough Sticky Notes is not an application on Windows 2008 R2. When browsing the net I came along a site (link) how to make Sticky Notes available. (with the binaries from Windows 7). After the installation of Sticky Notes on a Windows 2008 R2 server, when a user […]
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