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At my work, our admin has blocked our ability to erase history and cookies.
Is this possible for me to do at home so I can keep an eye on the kids?

Thanks
 

galen

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In news:F33E25B2-B702-4D5E-87B9-342092FB1AF1@microsoft.com,
Xwelder <Xwelder@discussions.microsoft.com> had this to say:

My reply is at the bottom of your sent message:

> At my work, our admin has blocked our ability to erase history and
> cookies. Is this possible for me to do at home so I can keep an eye
> on the kids?
>
> Thanks

What OS? XP Home or Pro? With Pro start > run > type gpedit.msc > head to
User config > and disable changing history settings.

Home? www.x-setup.net and download the free (or even the trial) version of
XSP > install > open > classic > internet > internet explorer > interface
lockdown > internet options dialogue restrictions > and you can remove the
ability to modify the settings for the history.

This, of course, doesn't prevent them from going here:

C:\Documents and Settings\**account name**\Local Settings\History

Where they can likely delete them manually.

Galen
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