XP Pro 32 bit and preventing changes to IE7


J

Javier

Is there a way to prevent low-end users from making changes to Internet
Explorer 7? I need to make sure that, 1) the home page remains the same. 2)
the pop-up blocker is turned on. 3) the phishing is enabled.

TIA
 
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M

Malke

Javier said:
Is there a way to prevent low-end users from making changes to Internet
Explorer 7? I need to make sure that, 1) the home page remains the same.
2) the pop-up blocker is turned on. 3) the phishing is enabled.

You forgot to tell us if these computers are on a domain or not. If they are
on a domain, you most certainly can restrict your users from doing all
sorts of things by using Group Policies from the server. If they are only
in a Workgroup, you can still use Group Policy locally on the individual
workstations. Questions about Group Policy should be posted here:

microsoft.public.windows.group_policy

You might also be interested in SteadyState:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/sharedaccess/default.mspx
More on SteadyState: http://aumha.net/viewtopic.php?t=27570

Malke
 

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