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Other than using a 3rd party program or an Anti-Virus that allows blocking, does anyone have any way of preventing the installation of Zoom on company computers? I see a group policy that will allow me to WhiteList, but that’s drastic, and would have to be constantly edited when someone needs a program that is innocuous.

You should whitelist only what you use, everything else should be blocked, it also helps prevent ransomware. However, only admins should be able to install, so if you dont want 3rd party products r a while list, talk to the IT admins and advise them not to install it. This is a good business case to push not allowing users to be local admins.

You’ll definitely want to add some approved software management tool so users can get approved software you don’t force install. I liked desktop central for this pretty well, and there are a lot of other products that can offer this. From Microsoft, it’s a bit heavy handed but SCCM is very powerful for enterprise, albeit also a pita. More modern and probably easier to grow into, Intune also supports this. I definitely recommend evaluating desktop central and Intune to see if they can help with this and maybe reduce some other IT headaches.

Unfortunately, many applications can install without requiring admin access. This is why things like SRP are so important. Thats where HR and top management come in. Users can install Zoom without admin access, if I am not mistaken. We are heavy on Zoom right now and don’t run into issues with deployment. If you set up your company with a paid account in Zoom, maybe buy a license, you may be able to control which email addresses get accounts for your domain.

If you manage to block the install, consider whether or not you should also be blocking access to Zoom when they want to join someone else’s Zoom meeting or any other meeting re-branded from Zoom. A lot of what is in the news is stupid user or stupid admin error with configurations.

There are also issues that are Zoom’s fault. With whatever you use, there will always be vulnerabilities. Just because you don’t hear about WebEx which never seems to work or Teams which seems to never release the mic after a meeting , it does not mean they are without problems or vulnerabilities. Remember when Apple said they cannot get viruses? Zoom is just the current target, but they probably deserve a lot of the attention.

IT can only use inventory tools like SP inventory or PDQ inventory to do daily or some scans on machines to see what have been “added” to the machines.

I’m not sure what you mean here. With SRP or Applocker, the tools I was talking about, you can completely prevent your users from installing things. You don’t need to play catch up and just find out what’s been added later. It’s not unreasonable to be concerned about other security risks just from having it installed, even if you block it from working.

Zoom, Webex, Teamviewer, Citrix Workspace and the ilk all install into the users Profile folder – which by default users have access to write to and execute files. This is why I have Applocker rules stating that only Whitelisted apps can be used. In these days of Ransomware, I feel its a must have tool – and it’s free! They are listed in the link below. I’d start with the domains and see if that works first. You might get carpal tunnel from entering all the IPs All of our users are standard users on Win 10 Pro.

I use Spiceworks software inventory to track software on the end users PCs and I set up an email alert that is set to warn me when new software gets installed on any PC.

If an unwanted program gets installed, I remote into that PC as an admin and remove it, then I send and email to the user to let them know why that software shouldn’t be installed. So far, this process has been very effective, especially since I CC the users supervisor in that email.

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IT can only use inventory tools like SP inventory or PDQ inventory to do daily or some scans on machines to see what have been “added” to the machines I’m not sure what you mean here. If you have a firewall which has split tunneling disabled, you can block the zoom url Spice 1 flag Report.

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And yes, it’s a zoom issue, not a headset issue I use Zoom because it supposed to be the most reliable platform I am constantly being kicked off during meetings, it can be rather annoying. All recordings made prior to this request cannot be moved automatically. The forty minute time limit occurs on Zoom’s free accounts. Be sure that you are logged in to your Clemson account when creating and joining meetings to avoid this issue.

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