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Anyone using a software restriction policy found a way to allow GoTo Meeting?

 

Jason Rinne

Systems Administrator

500 E. College Street – Marshall, MO. 65340

P 660.831.4088

rinnej@moval.edu



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Yes, well at least at one time.  A certificate rule used to work quite nicely for GoTo Meeting back with Windows XP.  However, the current policies with Windows 7 show the certificate rules enablement option as greyed-out (under the Enforcement option, the three sets of radio button selections).

 

Now that we’re primarily Windows 7, we will be moving into AppLocker which has a lot more flexibility and far better logging.  You can find it under “Application Control Policies” under the GPO Computer section under the Security Settings.  Here’s a link with more information about AppLocker:

 

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd723678(v=ws.10).aspx

 

 

Kevin McCrone

Information Technology Technical Associate

Student Affairs Information Technology

Illinois State University

Campus Box 2110

140 Student Services Building

Normal IL  61790-2110

Telephone:    309-438-1111

 

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