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Using Workgroup Manager to restrict apps on Mac


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Please excuse me, I am a complete novice to the "Mac" world. My question is, how do I use workgroup manager on a Mac server to restrict apps that are on a Mac desktop. When I use workgroup manager, the apps that I would like to restrict on the Mac desktop, for obvious reasons they do not appear on the server. This may be a simple answer but I am in learning mode where MacWorld is concerned and would appreciate any help.

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You can install server tools on the client that has the applications you want to block and configure the preferences on the client.
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