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Thread: IE- Lockdown

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    Default IE- Lockdown

    Hi Everyone.

    I'm in the process of making a Guest account for our computer (I know there's already one, but I want to make my own. please don't ask why)

    I'm just about finished, except for one thing. I would like to grey out everything in the tools, edit, view and help menus and only allow (New>Window, work offline, print and close) and grey out everything else. I would like to get rid of the (Edit, discuss, Desktop Sidebar, macromedia and messenger) icone from the toolbar. How can I do both things?

    Also, is there a way to edit the my guest's account from a different (Admin) account? I don't want to enable "Run" for only a few things.

    Many thanks, MM

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    Default Re: IE- Lockdown

    If you have spybot search and destroy 1.3 look under tools you can lock down a few things from in there.

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    Default Re: IE- Lockdown

    have done, but three options aren't that many. plus they do the same things as X-Setup Pro

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    Default Re: IE- Lockdown

    Have a look at these for the toolbars


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    Default Re: IE- Lockdown

    Have you looked at Group Policy? Can do lots with it.

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