Re: 2.6 release notes: lockdown

Hi Murray,

On Wed, 2004-03-17 at 12:19, Murray Cumming wrote:
> I'd like a little list of lockdown features in the GNOME 2.6 release
> notes. I beleve that there are gconf keys that are used by
> - gnome-panel

	The following keys were added in this release:


	Disables being able to change the panel properties, creating or
deleting and adding, moving or removing applets.


	A list of applet iids which the panel won't allow to be added to the
panel. It will also refuse to load those applets on startup.


	Disables the ability to add these action buttons or access those
actions from the Action menu. If a user already has one of those buttons
on the panel, the button will be made insensitive.


	Disallows any access to specifying arbitrary command lines. You can't
use the run dialog, edit launcher properties etc.

	Also, the panel correctly respects any read-only keys - e.g. if you set
the toplevel_id_list in the mandatory database you won't be allowed to
add or delete panels.


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