Remove IE9 "Star" button on top

Posted on 2012-12-27
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i've set domain policy to prevent users from accessing some features of Internet Explorer (IE9 in Win 7) but I'm stumped with one setting. I want to disable the yellow "star" at the top of IE9 so users can't delete their history. Any ideas? I'm assuming a registry hack. Thanks.
Question by:MgBoonsboro
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mcsween earned 2000 total points
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This can be done in group policy

Admin Templates, Windows Components, Internet Explorer, Delete Browsing History (There are a bunch of options you can set in there).

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