Using CyberPatrol with DeepFreeze or Fortes

CyberPatrol • 22 June 2015

Using CyberPatrol with Deepfreeze, Fortres and other Windows User Rights lockdown policies or products:

Once CyberPatrol has been installed and activated by a user with Administrator privileges, in order for it to run and update on the Limited User account, any restrictive policy needs to give CyberPatrol files write access to the following folders:

C:\Program Files\CyberPatrol\

Common Application Data Folder:

Default on 2000 & XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\

Default on Vista/7:
C:\Users\All Users\

The following areas of the Registry:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CyberPatrol
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\{1275F677-3DB3-4d89-9D45-B65688394289}

NOTE: If using DeepFreeze, be sure to download the latest list updates for CyberPatrol before setting DeepFreeze into a frozen state. CyberLIST updates are cumulative and you should thaw out the computer and ensure your CyberLISTS are up to date from time to time (recommended minimum: once a month).

 

To allow CyberPatrol to work with Fortres, you will need to modify your path for CyberPatrol in Fortress’ Privileged Application settings:

1. Go to File & Registry Settings > Privileged Application and FIND this item on the ‘All Groups Baseline Security’ tab with ‘Use Baseline Security for this Group’ option selected:
C:\PROGRAM FILES\CYBERPATROL LLC\CYBERPATROL\*.EXE
2. Emend that setting so it appears as such:
C:\PROGRAM FILES\CYBERPATROL LLC\
3. Double click on that item, which will open up Files Not to Protect, and create this item: *
4. Click OK, OK again, then go to File > Save your changes