How to Restrict Specific User to access Task Manager in Windows 7

You can Restrict specific user to access task manager in windows XP , Windows 7 and Vista. Windows administrator can restrict any user to prevent to close running program. 

 Restrict Specific User to access Task Manager


1.  Click on Start button then type taskmgr. Then Right-click on taskmgr under programs and then Click on Properties.

 

 

Restrict Specific User to access Task Manager
 
 
2.  On the Task Manager properties windows. Click on Security tab, and then Click on Edit.
 
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3.  Now Click on Add to add User name. And on the next windows Click on Advance.
 
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4.  Now Click on Find Now. Then Select User (com-networks) which you want to restrict in Search result. And then Click on OK and again click on Ok.
 
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5. Now Select User (Computer networking ). which you want to Restrict then find Read & Execute and Read. Then Click on Deny check box. and then Click on Apply.
 
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6.  Now Click on OK and Ok and again Click on Ok.
 
Now if Com-networks user will try to access then it will show following error.
 
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