I will be setting up a system for administration in a few days, with the primary goal being able to keep normal users away from the information on it. Now a windows machine (All the users are Windows users) would be grand for the job, but I'm obviously glad someone has asked to set up a linux machine, always glad to spread the word. there are two things I'd like to be able to do - kinda security, this forum was the nearest I had, relating to policies and such.
- How can I prevent any OS reaction from pressing ctrl-alt-del? Remember these are windows users who are used to locking their stations 30-40 times a day.
- How can I prevent users switching to VTs using ctrl+alt+F$ ? I would like the system to stay strictly GUI once configured, not so much for security but I don't want anyone tweaking or any power users getting any ideas.
Any help would be appreciated!
This is only gonna lead to 101 other questions..... :lol: