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How can I restrict execution of windows live messenger in Windows XP Prof.?
That is: I don't want to uninstall the program, but in some computers I do not want to permit execution.

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  • Roberto Steffen Aug 22, 2008

    I do not want to permit execution in any way. Even if the user execute the program, this request has to be ignored, as occurs with Windows Messenger, blocked using gpedit.msc...

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Go to start>run
type msconfig
go to the startup tab the uncheck windows live messenger.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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