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Group Policy (in IE) to ONLY ALLOW trusted site browsing

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Windows NetworkingWindows Server 2003Active DirectoryRemote AccessIT Administration
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Hello, I have a Windows 2003 domain controller that I need to enable a GPO for my Windows 2003 terminal server that remote users log into.

I want to make sure that the remote users are ONLY able to browse to the sites I designate as allowed in Internet Explorer (i.e. webmail https). What is the best group policy setting to enable this? how do I make sure that they are not able to disable or modify the IE changes?

Currently I have an IE GPO that doesn't allow them to click certain menu items and other limitations utilizing Loopback so I am familiar with GPO however I do not know how to restrict browsing habits. Any help would be appreciated!
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