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How best to manage Call Center PCs?

sabre307 (451605) writes | more than 3 years ago

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sabre307 (451605) writes "I recently took a position running a network for a company with a call center. The previous administrator has locked down the users through group policy so tight that they can't even install plug-ins for IE so they can access business related websites. I would like to ease the restricitons a bit on the users, but would like to keep the environment as safe as possible from spyware and viruses. I have been considering some options like PXE boot where I could maintain a clean image that has the necessary software, can be easily modified if needed, and would allow the users to run as a local admin on the PC without fear, as any damage done would be reversed on reboot. I would love to know what the /. community thinks of this idea, and any other solutions you may have found that work well."

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BatGnat (1568391) | more than 3 years ago | (#34907816)

Just outsource the IT to India as well, let them sort it out.....
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