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I need help on how to Disable software that doesn't have Admin privilege. Like Process Explorer. software/applications that just straight up install to the user without a Admin password. I Don't want my employees to see what's on my Task Manager for security purposes. Also, this might help me on 3rd party software that can bypass my Admin settings too. I tried checking Gpedit but it seems I'm not getting enough info. Currently, I'm using windows 10. Please help

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    Your employees are not allowed to see what processes are running? I'm curious how that is going to play out because there are several ways to get to that information. On top of my head, cmd -> tasklist, pwsh -> get-process, standard task manager . – Lieven Keersmaekers Jun 14 at 17:08
  • Hi Lieven, Yes your right employees are not allowed to see what's running. Only the administrator will have access to it. If it needs to disable cmd then It will be disabled as well. – Toriel Jun 14 at 20:39
  • You could take a look at applocker or the wrapper from Aaron Margosis around it. I never used either so no idea how far it’ll take you – Lieven Keersmaekers Jun 14 at 22:17
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    Note that as long as I’m able to drop a file somewhere, it will be difficult, if not impossible to stop me from simply using the windows api to get a list of processes. – Lieven Keersmaekers Jun 14 at 22:21
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    What security purpose does it serve to prevent employees from enumerating running processes? If they aren't administrators they can't do anything about processes they don't own. (By the way, it's completely pointless to disable cmd.exe, because cmd.exe is a program, not a security boundary.) – Bill_Stewart Jun 27 at 2:34

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