Posted by: bhalley | 06/23/2011

Monitor the Attempts to Change a Computer Configuration

Do you share you computer at home?  Are you concerned about how your child might be using their computer if they don’t share yours?  I have content filtering enabled to block those things I do not want my child to see.  But what if my child is trying to circumvent these settings, how would I find out?  Microsoft has some features within the operating system to monitor any attempts to make changes to your computer, or the child trying to make changes to their own.  It is called auditing.  To find out how to enable this and check what is happening read the how-to from Microsoft.

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