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Hi

We use a windows 2003 domain and our internet explorers are all set to go out via a hosted proxy. I have proxy being delivered voa group policy and all is well but i want to prevent the user from being to change that setting, so i set the GP to disable changing automatic configuration settings but that didnt seem to work.

amy ideas?
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Disable the users ability to see the CONNECTIONS tab in Internet Explorer..

IE - Hide Connections Tab in Group Policy - (Sorry I dont have Group Policy Access at them moment - will have tomorrow if you need further advice)

cheers
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but some user might have laptops and occasionally access from home and require to change acess over to dial up
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People still use dial up !-)

Can you set dial up to automatic when a LAN is unavailable?
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