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    Hi,,

    I have win 2000 sp4 domain ,,, my clients have XP and win 2000 pro ....

    my manager request from me to do the following :

    - No one can close or maximize or minimize the Internet exploere >>

    I serach on the Internet i didnt find anything like this ... so what can i do ??I am sure there is a script or somthing that i can do ...

    Help Please ...

  • #2
    Re: Browser Problem?

    Originally posted by Final
    Hi,,

    I have win 2000 sp4 domain ,,, my clients have XP and win 2000 pro ....

    my manager request from me to do the following :

    - No one can close or maximize or minimize the Internet exploere >>

    I serach on the Internet i didnt find anything like this ... so what can i do ??I am sure there is a script or somthing that i can do ...

    Help Please ...
    You might want to take a look at IE Admin Kit to see if it has the capabilities you mentioned.

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/iea.../ieak6sp1.mspx
    Andrew

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    • #3
      just found this...
      http://www.onecomputerguy.com/ie_tips.htm

      but acctually there isn't any possibility to do that..

      Code:
      IE Toolbar Restrictions
      Added 9/20/02
      
      To create restriction on the ability to edit the toolbar
      
      Start Regedit
      
      Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
      
      Create a DWORD key of SpecifyDefaultButtons and give it a value of 1
      
      To remove a button from the toolbar,
      create additional DWORD keys with a value noted below
      
      Key Value Effect 
      Btn_Back 2 Back button and menu item. 
      Btn_Forward 2 Forward button and menu item. 
      Btn_Stop 2 Stop button and menu item. 
      Btn_Refresh 2 Refresh button and menu item. 
      Btn_Home 2 Home button and menu item. 
      Btn_Search 2 Search button and menu item. 
      Btn_History 2 History button and menu item. 
      Btn_Favorites 2 Favorites button and menu item. 
      Btn_Media 2 Media button and menu item. [Only available with IE 6] 
      NoBandCustomize 1 No adding or removing menu or toolbars. 
      NoToolbarCustomize 1 Customizing the toolbar. 
      
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      
      IE Restrictions
      Added 9/20/02
      
      Start Regedit 
      Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Restrictions 
      Add a DWORD with a name of: 
      NoBrowserBars Disable changes to browsers bars.  
      NoBrowserClose Disable the option of closing Internet Explorer.  
      NoBrowserContextMenu Disable right-click context menu.  
      NoBrowserOptions Disable the Tools / Internet Options menu.  
      NoBrowserSaveAs Disable the ability to Save As 
      NoFavorites Disable the Favorites.  
      NoFileNew Disable the File / New  
      NoFileOpen Disable the File /  Open 
      NoFindFiles Disable the Find Files 
      NoSelectDownloadDir Disable the option to change download directory 
      NoTheaterMode Disable the Full Screen view 
      NoOpeninNewWnd Disable Open in New Window 
      NoViewSource Disable the ability to view the page source HTML.  
      NoNavButtons Disables the Forward and Back buttons  
      NoPrinting Remove Print and Print Preview from the File menu.  
      AlwaysPromptWhenDownload Always prompt user when downloading files. 
      
      Give it a value of 1 to turn on the restriction 
      Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Internet Explorer \ Toolbars \ Restrictions 
      Create a DWORD with a name of : 
      	NoToolbarOptions       Disables adding, removing, or moving toolbars. 
      Give it a value of 1 to enable this restriction.
      Marcel
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