Microsoft Shutter Private Folders July 15, 2006Posted by rjdohnert in Tech News.
Following an outcry from corporate customers, Microsoft is removing an add-on feature to Windows that allowed users to create password-protected folders.
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My Take; Stuart Graham over on MSBlogs wants to know how to handle the program in an enterprise setting, fine heres how to deal with it, use your common sense. If its an unsupported tool and you dont trust it enough in your office for it to be used, tell your users that its unsupported and not to use it.. This wasnt pushed out as an automatic update and its an addon. Grow some balls and be a manager, if you cant control your users or give your users so much control they dont need your authorization to download software then you have no business being an IT manager or working in IT at all.