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- ASUS TM 2003 and NO Network allowed
- John Wulf
February 15, 2005, 3:30 am
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My company has bought a couple of ASUS TM2003 laptops for our customers.
Although we've installed a few programs on these laptops our customers would
like to install their own software including other kinds of operating
systems on these laptops. The problem is that we don't want the customers to
access our local network. So we have to find a way to disable the on-board
In the BIOS settings I haven't found something to disable the on-board
network. With administrational rights (we have to give this to our customers
for installing their programs) they easily can access the local network or
they can boot with boot-cd's like KNOPPIX with which they can access the
Is there any possibility to deactivate the on-board network without
destroying the computer? Again: There's no possibility to switch of the
network via BIOS. There should also be a possibility for our customers to
install new software including a new operating system on this laptop. But
there shouldn't be a possibility to access the local network.
- C.Joseph Drayton
February 14, 2005, 11:27 pm
Re: ASUS TM 2003 and NO Network allowed
Network security should be set up on the server NOT the client.
Ciao . . . C.Joseph
That which a man buys too cheaply . . .
He esteems too lightly
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