Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
There are two options here Disallowed and Unrestricted
Disallowed means nothing but the OS will run execpt the applications you
Unrestricted means everything runs except what you specifically block.
If you double click one of these there's a button that says "Set as Defualt"
- By default "Unrestricted" is set. If you've changed this chage it back.
The next step is adding the Hash and blocking it. This is done the same as
you were doing before for the Internet Zone. Right click "Additional Rules"
and select "New Hash Rule." Click Browse and locate a copy of iexplore.exe -
set the security level to "Disallowed".
Apply to the appropriate OU and your done.
If your new to group policy you may want to play arround with the Security
Filtering. Often times a policy as abosolute as blocking IE needs to be
flexible - and moving users in and out a security group is easier than in and
out of an OU. Just depends on your organization.
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