PROGMAN.INI

PROGMAN.INI

A Windows configuration file that describes the current state of the Program Manager layout. For example, the [Settings] section describes the on-screen location of the Program Manager window. The [Group] section identifies the group window files. Like WIN.INI and SYSTEM.INI, Windows' major configuration files, PROGMAN.INI can also be edited by the user if required. It usually isn't.
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Specifically, you can limit users' ability to tinker with your network's Windows configuration by editing the PROGMAN.INI file.
Windows installs several files with an extension of INI: SYSTEM.INI, WIN.Rd, PROGMAN.INI, CONTROL.INI, etc.