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Hello,
I am a tech in a large Wide Area Network in Ohio, where we
have 6 site buildings, and our own data phone system.

While we rely upon our own Ohio School ISP provider for
most of our filtering, we realize that our young adults are
SMARTER THAN THEIR GRADES REFLECT. Isn't that a sad
statement?

By running security policies and mandatory profiles in
Windows 2003 Server Enterprise, we are able to minimize the
level of internet 'hacking'.
User data is stored on the network server, where "My
Documents" is linked to a network share via .VBS script.
We also use a software called "Deep Freeze", which locks
the hard drives in a permanent state. Upon reboot,
anything on the C:\ drive is instantly returned to the
original state. To date, I don't know of any way to hack
this program.
Our latest problem has been kids getting local
administrative privileges by physically disconnecting the
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Our district is using Win Server 2003 Enterprise, and MS
Exchange, and we also have MOODLE.

All our workstations are using Deep Freeze, except for Office
Personnel and Board Office.

Jr. High and HS Students have their own login and pass, so
that they can have private server space. K-6 use a ge...See More
Feb 28, 2008


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