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Terminal server - how to disable Internet Explorer to domain users

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How to disable Internet Explorer to domain users in Windows Server 2000 Terminal service? Thanks in advance.
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you need to user group policy to do so.. have the GPO to disable IE and apply it to the terminal server.
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Or you could set the Internet Options (on the machine or in GPO) so they use a non-existant proxy server (for example "127.0.0.2") ...  IE or Outlook Express will then not be able to get out of the machine, plus they can stil be used to open local HTML files/images etc...
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Hi, Adonis1976, could you please explain it in details? Thanks.
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