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Group Policy Restrict Users From Changing IE Settings

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Hi Ive got a SBS 2008 server and want to use group policy to stop users changing internet explorer settings things like lan connections etc.
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If you open Group Policy Management, and select the policy you want to include these settings in ("Small Business Server Cleint Computer" for example is applied to all PCs on your domain) or create and link a new GPO (Post back if you want to go this way and i can give some links).
Right-click on the policy and select "Edit"
In the "Group Policy Object Editor", drill down to User Configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Windows Components --> Internet Explorer
In this section is a vast amount of restrictions for Internet Explorer, you should be able to find what you want here.
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Disregard previous, it's for SBS2003 - that'll teach me to read more slowly...
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by:delboytrigger
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Yer need it in sbs 2008 I no how to edit the policy but just not sure where the option is to stop users changing IE settings!

Thanks anyway!
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Any one able to help with this?
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Its ok I have found this anyone who needs it you can find this in default domain policy then windows components then internet explorer the key you need to edit is disable changing proxy settings.
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