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I run a small coffee shop and have one desktop computer. I have broadband internet. I am running Windows XP home version. I have SP2 installed also. I want to be able to limit the internet access that my employees have when I am not there. I have two user accounts on the computer, but I am not able to figure out how to turn off internet explorer in my employee account. Is there a way to do this so my employees can not use the internet when I am gone? I really hate to do this but they have downloaded so much garbage and adware and spyware that I spend so much time the following day cleaning up the system and getting rid of everything they downloaded the night before. Please help.

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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Just make sure your account is an Admin account and password it..

Next, make your employees account a "limited" user account.. From there you can use the Services" option to disable IE in that account..

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