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Disabling IE in Server 2008-R2

Posted on 2013-12-18
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I have a terminal server and users access IE all the time; I need to disable it can someone help?
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Jaroslav Mraz earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Its easy simple change security/rihts on file iexplore.exe addministrator - full rights and other users or groups you have there chose dont allow an everything in security tab.  

Ist working good
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The problem is that the boxes for remove groups or if you try to change permissions for the iexplorer file it does not let you is grayed out
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I took ownership of the file and was able to remove the "users group" from security. I'm fine now, thanks for your help.
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