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How to access the Internet from Win2003?

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This must be a simple question but I'm totally new to Windows 2003, migrating from Windows 2000.
I have exactly the same configuration as I had in Windows 2000, but apparently 2003 locks the Internet by default. How do I turn it on?
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if you can't disable it (ie. you're not admin) then here's how to add 'trusted sites'
http://www.winnetmag.com/Article/ArticleID/38806/38806.html
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