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Group Strategy Windows 2008 Server

Posted on 2010-09-13
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Hello,

Configuration: Windows 2008 TSE Server, single domain, single server, 15 XP clients

I need to create a group strategy (or to change an existing group strategy) so that for all users (TSE and non TSE users) Internet Explorer connection goes trough a Proxy and that users cannot disable the proxy settings in IE

How should I do?

Another question : do you have a simple paper explaning basically how to change or built a group strategy in Windows 2008 environment ?

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There is a good step by step with screenshots here   http://www.esoft.com/support_docs/GroupPolicyEditor.pdf  You can set the proxy and then disable the connections page
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