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How to Lockdown a user/group from accessing IE in a domain environment

Posted on 2011-03-20
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Here is the issue ;

I currently have a user who is within a group who needs to have access to IE restricted, is it possible to edit a GP to enforce this restriction to the group or user without it being done locally due to him using multiple machines throughout the network?

Server / OS platform = bastardised version of server2003 & WinXP

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The following article describes some options for software restriction

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324036
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You will have to apply the GPO on a user. Since GPO's cant directly applied to a user object you can create a OU with that user and apply the GPO to the OU.
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