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remove link for RWW on SBS 2003

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Hi,   For SBS 2003----
we wish to
1.  disable the website for Remote work webplace and
 2. remove the link that shows up on remote/logon.aspx for the "remote work webplace"

any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm not sure why you'd want to because you can limit access via Active Directory, but if you really want it gone you can certainly edit the default.htm in the wwwroot directory of the SBS server and remove the entire Table entry for RWW.
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