Here you can block application by the executable name or version
info. For example, the following application name would be used to
close the Internet Explorer when someone tries to open it:
iexplore.exe. File info contains version and
copyright information about the file (company name, product name,
comments, etc.) To read version information, right click the file
in Windows Explorer and select Properties/Version.
For example, each software product created by Adobe Systems
contains word Adobe in version information. So,
you can use the following string to disable the ability to open
Adobe software at all: *Adobe*. With executable
blocking you can disable nearly all software installation packages.
To do this, add *setup* and
*install* into the File info.
Tip: both file name and version info may contain * and ? wildcards. A question mark matches any single character. An asterisk matches any number of occurrences of that string followed by any characters.
Tip: select Ask for password option on the settings page to run the restricted executables after entering the correct password.
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