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Full Control is a complete yet economical Windows security
access management system that has many features heretofore found
only in high-end tools, including system stabilization, access control, anti-malware,
remote configuration, and web-browser oversight. It includes a LAN-wide
management system that cuts the time and effort spent maintaining
PCs in the corporate environment. It also features tech support
and helpdesk tools that speed problem diagnosis and resolution.
Its centralized administration tools are very useful in managing
across the LAN, yet Full Control is equally valuable on non-networked
computers such as laptops.
Full Control allows the administrator to monitor and control all
computers LAN-wide from one central location. It includes the
ability to update, logoff, shut down, reboot or reconfigure Full
Control stations anywhere on the LAN, send popup text messages to
individual Full Control stations or broadcast them to all Full Control
Full Control can monitor all browser activity,
log all accessed websites, and deny access to unauthorized sites.
It can make files or folders read-only or invisible to prevent unauthorized
access. It can control any window, such as Options dialogs or Control
Panel applets, through which the user might change settings or access
the file system. It can deny or password-protect Ctrl+Alt+Del and
similar keys. It can prevent users from bypassing Windows at startup,
lock the CD-ROM drive to prevent removal of valuable CDs, and provide
a minute-by-minute audit trail of all system activity.
Full Control's One Click System Stabilization allows the user full
access to authorized software yet prevents accidental or malicious
system modifications. This prevents new software from being installed by
anyone except you, the system administrator. It also prevents any executable
virus, spyware, malware, adware, or Trojan from running,
whether it is an older 'known' virus or a brand new 'unknown' virus.
Viruses, spyware, malware, adware, worms and Trojans are programs, and you (the administrator) have
not set your Bardon product to allow them to run. So even if your
anti-virus software has not yet been updated to identify the new nasties,
they will not be able to affect your computers. If the virus program can't
run, it can't infect your systems, or delete files, or take over your computer.
Full Control features Intrusion Control which
watches for malware-like behavior in real-time on the computer, and prevents nasties including
spyware, malware, adware, and Trojans from setting themselves up on your system in the first
place. It can protect silently and automatically, or ask what it should do when it discovers
a questionable situation. The administrator can even customize it to handle different kinds
of attacks in different ways.
Full Control can also lock down data flow to/from USB ports
and similar external sources, such as CD and DVD drives. This can prevent unauthorized data
leaving the computer (data theft) as well as preventing unauthorized data entering the computer
(spyware, malware, adware, Trojans, and similar nasties).
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Click here for system requirements and more information on Full Control.
Or click here
for the entire Full Control manual in Acrobat PDF format.