Users can be sneaky little blighters.

I have a couple of metered NAL applications and that seems to work fine.
However, to get around the maximum concurrent users, some folks have
figured out how to nagivate to the program directory on the server and
run the application from the .exe file directly as opposed to the NAL
shortcut, effectively bypassing the metering.

It also means they can copy the installation folder to their local drive
and make off with it. Argh. It's not a very complex app.

Maybe I'm over-complicating the situation, but is there a way to "hide,"
besides flagging the folder as hidden because they know the folder name
(otherwise known as "security through obscurity"), the folder/files
belonging to a simple NAL application?

Thanks in advance,