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Safe Web Browsing Tips : Drop My Rights Other Internet Applications Running

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 27 Jan, 2011 22:07:48

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(This is the concluding part of our article.)

  • Microsoft Corporation’s Drop My Rights – other internet applications running

You may notice that using Drop My Rights for applications which is internet-based, media player, client instant messaging, and electronic mail program running is basically similar to that of the browser which was outlined on the earlier part of this topic.

The only difference is the fifth step in the line of command demonstrated in Browser Running. There’s a simple way to develop what the line of command is for any program even though the line of command which accurate is used for each program differently. Through using the image of the program or shortcut for program launching you can perform this.

All programs which includes the Media Player of Windows, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Outlook applies the same rule like the Outlook Express does, and that’s what we are going to examine.

Installing Drop My Rights is the first thing you need to do which is what we have tackled from step 1 to step 3 in our earlier discussions that you need to do right away if you haven’t done this yet. You may find the image of the program or shortcut for Outlook Express which is normally used for program running. The desktop image for Outlook Express looks like a small white mail envelop with red seal and small black upward-right bound arrow and two blue arrows – one is from top leaning left down, and the other arrow from bottom turning upward-right.

You may right-click the image and choose – Copy – then click right again and choose – Paste – or by simultaneously pressing Ctrl C then Ctrl is the process of copying the image of Outlook Express. After doing all the steps, there should appear a new image on your desktop which is located somewhere in – Copy of Outlook Express – lines. You may choose the tab of Shortcut, after right-clicking the image which was copied and then – Properties – should be chosen. Through (“C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe") you can view similar entry in the Target box. This is where Outlook Express’ exact program is held and prefixed through running command of Drop My Rights program. The next command should be pasted after copying it – (“C:\Program Files\DropMyRights\DropMyRights.exe”).

You may paste the command of Drop My Rights you have copied in the last step after left-clicking the very first Target box position located on the left of the command (“C:\). You need to make sure that there is exactly a single space between the target box original contents and the pasted line. The line of the Target box if correctly done should appear like: (“C:\Program Files\DropMyRights\DropMyRights.exe" "C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe”), and between “ “ there should be only one space. The window should close after clicking – Apply – then OK.

Finally, you may change the name of desktop image you copied such as – Outlook Express-Limited User – or – Safe Outlook Express. The Outlook Express will now be launched after you click the image you copied with Windows limited user’s rights restriction. You’ll be more protected and secured from infections which are of electronic mail origin when you use the Outlook Express safer version for mail collection task in the future. This same method can be applied in making safe versions of internet-based applications even though the demonstrated example uses the Outlook Express image. 


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