[THIN] Re: History.IE5

and then,
How can I delete the urls for one user?
because they cannot delete anything in the registry.



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because theyre stored under-
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs

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Andrew
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>>> dmauri@xxxxxx 15/04/04 11:53:01 >>>
Hi all,
We use GPO to deny access to Internet options, the the user cannot delete=
t
 heir history,
someones told me if I can delete and then I delete the folder on their=20
profile (all under History.ie5),
but still remaining the urls in the address bar.
Why?

Thanks

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