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I think Software Restriction Policies are what you're looking for. It is basically the predecessor to Applocker, and it is still supported for application whitelisting or blacklisting. It isn't as powerful or comprehensive as Applocker, but on Professional versions without Applocker, it can get the job done. See Spiceworks Guide on Deployment and Microsoft ...


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Because it's common sense that this kind of thing is ALREADY implemented when needed. If you have a PostgeSQL database running, from your firewall you will only allow your php/apache/whatever server to connect on tcp/5432. You will also BIND your application to listen only at the desired ip address, and you will also configure PostreSQL to allow ...



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