Windows also contains a user-mode mechanism called Software Restriction Policies that enables administrators to control what images and scripts execute on their systems. The Software Restriction Policies node of the Local Security Policy Editor, shown in Figure 6-20, serves as the management interface for a machine’s code execution policies, although per-user policies are also possible using domain group policies.
Several global policy settings appear beneath the Software Restriction Policies node.
The Enforcement policy configures whether restriction policies apply to libraries, such as DLLs, and whether policies apply to users only or to administrators as well.
The Designated File Types policy records the extensions ...