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Tolerance



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About the program


The "Tolerance" utility is designed to limit the running programs and allows you to prohibit the launch of all programs except those allowed in a special list. Perhaps it may be useful for the bosses, who need to be firmly convinced that their subordinates on the computer work only with the necessary programs, whose parents have very curious children, and who want to understand what kind of command this is: format c: / s and probably to the admins. I do not exclude that the utility can be used by bad people, but it’s on their conscience and we’ll hope that such people don’t.
ATTENTION: the program is distributed free of charge. The author assumes no liability for damage caused by this program. The program can be distributed free of charge in full and unchanged form. Any commercialization of the distribution and use of the program is prohibited.

Work with the program


After installation, the utility starts with a screensaver for the password. There is no default password. Click "OK" and the utility window will open.
Password If necessary, enter the password and click the "approve" button. Now, with each launch of the utility, a screensaver with a password will appear and no one will use the utility except you. Password removal is done by the button “delete”.
Tolerance Now you need to assign a tolerance to the programs that you want to allow to use. 1. Select a number (up to 20) or enter it manually (as much as you want). 2. Select the executable file of the program or enter it manually (without path) IMPORTANT: Assign the first number to this utility (Tolerance.exe) , but the rest is at your discretion, unless of course you want to attach a pig to anyone. 3. To assign, click the "set tolerance" button. And so for every allowed program. Example: No. 1 Tolerance.exe button to set the tolerance No. 2 Regedit.exe button to set the tolerance No. 3, etc. button to set the tolerance 4. Upon exit from the program, you will be given the choice to overload or not. Look here for the circumstances. In principle, when setting the tolerance, a reboot is not necessary.
The purpose of the buttons and switches: "Turn off" Allow all Windows programs to work in normal mode without deleting the special list of allowed prog. "Enable" Turn off the opposite "Delete" Remove the tolerance of a specific program. In this case, you must set the program number with which you remove the tolerance and enter the date of installation of the tolerance of this program.

"Delete All" Completely return Windows to normal operation, with the removal of the special list. For actions related to "Turn off", "Turn on", "Delete", "Delete all", a restart is required. "log-file" When you click on this button, a window with a special list will appear.

"Help" Help on working with this utility. "Exit" Provides the choice to restart or not when the program is closed. Switch "Set tolerance" Activates the button of the same name.
The red number to the right of the input field indicates the number of programs installed for your admission.
Additional settings

When you set the switches to on, hides all elements and programs on the Windows desktop and hides drives. When you remove the checkmark, Windows goes to normal. All actions require pressing the appropriate "OK" buttons and rebooting.

Advice


1. As stated above, assign a permit to this utility. Those who like to watch the icons in the "system tray" do not forget them. What is in the "system tray" can mainly be found in Start-Programs-Standard-Utilities- System Information-Service-System Setup-Startup. You can put regedit.exe just in case, but then the knowing one will quietly bypass your prohibitions. 2. Before installing the utility, delete all rb ***. Cab files from C: \ WINDOWS \ SYSBCKUP, pre-copy the latest rb ***. Cab file anywhere, wherever you know about its location (for example, in the folder "Tolerance") and rename it, for example from rb001.cab to r001.cav. Renaming is necessary in order to complicate the search for rb ***. Cab file. Firstly, this must be done so that a little knowledgeable Windows can not restore normal computer operation to achieve their selfish goals. Secondly, this action will be like a rollback for you with incorrect actions with a utility or an error in order to return Windows to the “Admission” setting. Rename the saved file that was previously renamed to rb ***. Cab and copy it back to C: \ WINDOWS \ SYSBCKUP. Reboot. Enter a clean DOS and at the command prompt (c: \>) type scanreg / restore to restore the system. 3. I ask you to direct all questions to alek2001.mail.ru or contact through your guest book


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