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Disable or restrict the
use of Windows Installer via Group Policy
gpedit.msc in start search and hit Enter to open the Group Policy Editor.
Navigate to Computer Configurations > Administrative Templates > Windows
Components > Windows Installer. In RHS pane double-click on Disable
Windows Installer. Configure the option as required.
setting can prevent users from installing software on their systems or permit users to install only those programs offered by a system administrator. If you enable this setting, you can use the options in the Disable Windows Installer box to establish an installation setting.
“Never” option indicates Windows Installer is fully enabled. Users can install and upgrade software. This is the default behavior for Windows Installer on Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP Professional, and Windows Vista when the policy is not configured.
“For non-managed apps only” option permits users to install only those programs that a system administrator assigns (offers on the desktop) or publishes (adds them to Add or Remove Programs). This is the default behavior of Windows Installer on Windows Server 2003 family when the policy is not configured.
“Always” option indicates that Windows Installer is disabled.
setting affects Windows Installer only. It does not prevent users from using other methods to install and upgrade programs.
Always install with
setting directs Windows Installer to use system permissions when it installs any program on the system.
setting extends elevated
privileges to all
programs. These privileges are usually reserved for programs that have been
assigned to the user (offered on the desktop), assigned to the computer (installed
automatically), or made available in Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel.
This setting lets users install programs that require access to directories that
the user might not have permission to view or change, including directories on
highly restricted computers.
you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system applies the current
user’s permissions when it installs programs that a system administrator does
not distribute or offer.
setting appears both in the Computer Configuration and User Configuration
folders. To make this setting effective, you must enable the setting in both
users can take advantage of the permissions this setting grants to change their
privileges and gain permanent access to restricted files and folders. Note that
the User Configuration version of this setting is not guaranteed to be secure.
run specified Windows applications
the Group Policy Editor, navigate to User Configuration > Administrative
Templates > System
in RHS pane, double click Don’t run specified Windows applications
and in the new window which opens select Enabled. Now Under Options click Show.
In the new windows which opens enter the path of the application you wish to
disallow; in this case : msiexec.exe.
setting prevents Windows from running the programs you specify in this setting. If you enable this setting, users cannot run programs that you add to the list of disallowed applications.
setting only prevents users from running programs that are started by the
Windows Explorer process. It does not prevent users from running programs, such
as Task Manager, that are started by the system process or by other processes.
Also, if you permit users to gain access to the command prompt, cmd.exe,
this setting does not prevent them from starting programs in the command window
that they are not permitted to start by using Windows Explorer. Note: To create
a list of disallowed applications, click Show. In the Show Contents dialog box,
in the Value column, type the application executable name (e.g., msiexec.exe).
Restrict Programs from
being installed via Registry Editor
Registry Editor and navigate to the following key:
Create String value with any name, like 1 and set its value to the
program’s EXE file.
example, If you want to restrict msiexec,
then create a String value 1 and
set its value to msiexec.exe. If you want to
restrict more programs, then simply create more String values with names 2, 3
and so on and set their values to the program’s exe.
may have to restart your computer.
and allow Windows to run Specified Programs only
certain situations, you might want to allow others to run only programs
you specify on your computer. What you need is the Windows Group Policy
Editor (which is available in Professional and above versions of
Windows). To open Group Policy Editor, press the Start button, type gpedit.msc
and press Enter.
only specified Windows Applications
Explore down to User Configuration > Administrative
Templates > System in the left pane.
Now double click Run only specified Windows
From the check box, select Enabled. To set the
allowed applications, click Show from under Options.
click right next to the star (*) under Value and enter
the name of the applications which you want to run. For example if you
want to run Firefox, enter firefox.exe.
setting will limit the Windows programs that users have permission to
run on the computer. If you enable this setting, users can only run
programs that you add to the List of Allowed Applications.
note that this setting only prevents users from running programs that
are started by the Windows Explorer process. It does not prevent users
from running programs such as Task Manager, which are started by the
system process or by other processes. Also, if users have access to the
command prompt, Cmd.exe, this setting does not prevent them from
starting programs in the command window that they are not permitted to
start by using Windows Explorer.
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