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How to disable all options from Tools menu of Internet Explorer?

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1) How can I disable all options from Tools menul of Internet Explorer?

2) How can I restrict user to edit the HTML with Notepad (disable "Edit with Notepad" option from File menu of I.E.)?
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1) The only real possibilites are using either Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) or using Group Policy Objects if you have a Windows 2000 Active Directory Domain installed.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ieak/default.asp

2) I don't think it's possible unless you restrict the use of Notepad using NTFS security permissions or Group Policy restrictions.

I hope this helps
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If it's on a single machine, you could do "run" mmc
then in "console/add remoce snap-in" you can add "group policies".
then from there you can fix most of that.

If it's on a win2k network you could do the same but from the group policies on the server.
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