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In article <ehhLa.41696$Fy6.12103sccrnsc03>, sam grey <sgreyinvalid.com> wrote: > there must be a way to > configure this, but I haven't been able to find it. any help? Remove the individual pref panes from /System/Library/PreferencePanes. -- Larry Fransson Seattle, WA...

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    Default Re: hiding prefs in in system prefs

    In article <ehhLa.41696$Fy6.12103sccrnsc03>,
    sam grey <sgreyinvalid.com> wrote:
    > there must be a way to
    > configure this, but I haven't been able to find it. any help?
    Remove the individual pref panes from /System/Library/PreferencePanes.

    --
    Larry Fransson
    Seattle, WA
    Larry Fransson Guest

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    Default Re: hiding prefs in in system prefs

    In article <newsgroups-610814.10441028062003netnews.attbi.com>,
    Larry Fransson <newsgroupslarryandjenny.net> wrote:
    > In article <ehhLa.41696$Fy6.12103sccrnsc03>,
    > sam grey <sgreyinvalid.com> wrote:
    >
    > > there must be a way to
    > > configure this, but I haven't been able to find it. any help?
    >
    > Remove the individual pref panes from /System/Library/PreferencePanes.
    thank you. but this would remove the pref panes from all accounts, right?
    we would like to keep all pref panes for when the admin user has to log in
    to configure network settings and such and yet when "guest" logs in he
    can't change certain settings.

    thanks
    sam grey Guest

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    Default Re: hiding prefs in in system prefs

    In article <4_lLa.44219$Fy6.13037sccrnsc03>,
    sam grey <sgreyinvalid.com> wrote:
    > thank you. but this would remove the pref panes from all accounts, right?
    Oh. Yes, I suppose that would.

    --
    Larry Fransson
    Seattle, WA
    Larry Fransson Guest

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    Default Re: hiding prefs in in system prefs

    actually, I just had an idea. I might try changing the preferences of the
    particular pref panes that we want to hide so that admin can read write and
    execute, but guest has no privs. we'll see what happens.
    sam grey Guest

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    Default Re: hiding prefs in in system prefs

    In article <DqrLa.46918$Fy6.14228sccrnsc03>, sam grey <sgreyinvalid.com>
    wrote:
    > I might try changing the preferences of the
    I meant, "changing the privileges"
    sam grey Guest

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