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khersee

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At work I have Windows 2000 running on the local intranet. The options dialogue in IE don't allow History to be cleared from there. Is there any way that I can apply that to my home computer to better monitor my kids surfing? Even disable the temp int. file (Delete Files...) as well? Thanks, Kirk
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on your computer at home do start > run > gpedit.msc

in the left pane navigate to user settings > administrative templates > windows components > internet explorer.

in the right pane
double click on "disable changing temporary internet file settings" and choose enable then press apply
double click on " turn off delete browsing history functionality" and choose enable then press apply
double click on "disable configure history" and choose enable then press apply
double click on "prevent deletion of temporary internet files and cookies" and choose enable then press apply


then close out of the group policy editor
take note that these settings will apply for ALL users on the computer even the administrator account....so if you at some pont want to delete the temp files..you'll need to reverse these steps
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Edit: we are here to help people with problems...if you're not willing to help with an issue..don't post sillyness

Edited by dsenette, 15 August 2006 - 12:33 PM.

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Thanks for your help :whistling: Kirk
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