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    Re: Disable 'save as background' in IE?

    Wuldn't it be nice if M$ released an 'education' version of Windows with extreme GPO options.

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    Re: Disable 'save as background' in IE?

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    Wuldn't it be nice if M$ released an 'education' version of Windows with extreme GPO options.
    Shared Computer Toolkit for WinXP

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    Re: Disable 'save as background' in IE?

    This sounds promising:

    Q. How do I restrict users in a domain environment?
    A. Although the User Restrictions tool can be used to restrict local user accounts, Active Directory provides more powerful tools to restrict users and configure the computer. The toolkit includes a Group Policy template that you can use to implement user restrictions applied by the User Restrictions tool.

    I think I might have a play with this over the next few days

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    Re: Disable 'save as background' in IE?

    Shared Computer Toolkit for WinXP
    Well I can't get UPHClean to work with XP x64, it installs but the toolkit installer keeps repeating "User Profile Hive Cleanup Service Required", nice one M$

    The service won't start even if i try and force it to.

    Might have another look at this tomorrow.

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