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    Stop 'Work Offline' in Internet Explorer?

    I wouldhave thought this was a simple GP setting, but I can't seem to find it anywhere!

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    Re: Stop 'Work Offline' in Internet Explorer?

    It's several GP settings.

    Computer Configuration -> Admin Templates -> Network -> Offline Files


    Allow or Disallow the use of Offline files = Disabled
    Prevent the use of Offline files = Enabled
    Prohibit user configuration of Offline Files = Enabled
    Remove 'Make avalible Offline' = Enabled

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    Can I bump this I`m looking to do the same and the solution above is for synchronized files.

    when we turn the net off with browse control students are turning to work offline to play any games they have cached.

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