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    Internet Explorer (No addons)

    Inside the systems tools group is the entry for Internet Explorer (No addons). Our content filtering is based around an addon for IE and as such if students launch the no addons version they can avoid some of our content filtering. Their access is still through grid for learning filtered servers but the loss of fine control is a real problem.

    Is there anyway of preventing student access to starting IE (No addons).

    My techs suggest that this is not merely a shortcut .LNK file and is auto generated at each login. . .

    I would really value any help regarding howto prevent students accessing IE(No Addons)

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Internet Explorer (No addons)

    Delete it in your login script?



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