"Aetherial" <Aetherial@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Essentially, the account I'm working on needs to be only somewhat more
> relaxed than say, a public library or internet cafe. The main difference
> that we need a variety of applications to run without a problem on that
Then my original suggestion may suffice. But every time you login on the
machine as an administrator, you'll have to use the group policy object
editor snap-in to allow the administrator to do what needs to be done.
However, if you did use the Guest account, running the with software
elevated privileges and assigning a certain folder for saved data might
work. You can always set up the default user with the environment you want
for guests. It might be worth testing that configuration to avoid the
shortcomings of using the local group policy object editor and configuring a
eveningstar at die-spammer-die dash mvps dot org
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