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    Block Internet on accounts, Firefox

    My method for blocking IE is directing users based on group to themselves as a proxy server (in IE settings). I am at a loss for how to block firefox in the same way (result not method). Any ideas?

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    Put them in a special OU, then set firefox as a restricted program in Group Policy. Then they won't be able to open FF

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    Thanks

    Thanks, worked like a charm

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    No worries, easy when you know how!

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