You can also set the following registry key: HKey_Current_User\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\AllowWindowReuse = 0 A quick bit of WSH code is as follows: Dim strKey, intValue, strType strKey = "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\AllowWindowReuse" intValue = 0 strType = "REG_DWORD" wshell.RegWrite strKey, intValue, strType Hope that helps :) Regards, Jon Spriggs -- The presence of a "Fujitsu" address does not imply or assume that Fujitsu Services, Fujitsu or any other company containing the Fujitsu name uses or endorses this product. This email is purely a personal opinion. -----Original Message----- From: Paul Taylor [mailto:TaylorP@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: 21 October 2004 12:14 To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] Re: OT: Internet Explorer Tools -> Internet Options. Under the Browsing heading, remove the tick to Reuse windows for launching shortcuts. At least, that's what it is for IE v6. Paul -----Original Message----- From: Svein Arild Haugum [mailto:svein@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: 21 October 2004 12:08 To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [THIN] OT: Internet Explorer We are starting to use a new system, wich uses Internet Explorer as a web-based client. The problem is when the user are using this web based application, and for example recieve a link in an email and clicks it, the link opens in the already open IE window, thus crashing the application running there. Has anybody a solution for forcing IE to open links in a new window? Like most other browsers seem to do by default? Mvh Svein Arild www.broomfield.co.uk <http://www.broomfield.co.uk> Broomfield & Alexander Professional Advisors Creating value and prosperity Offices at: Cardiff Tel: 029 20549939 Newport Tel: 01633 265828 Newbridge Tel: 01495 245736 Head Office: Pendragon House, Caxton Place, Pentwyn, Cardiff CF23 8XE Need free business advice, then visit our website at www.broomfield.co.uk <http://www.broomfield.co.uk> Confidentiality: This e-mail and its attachments are intended for the above named recipient(s) only and may be confidential and/or privileged. If they have come to you in error you must take no action based on them, nor must you copy or disclose them or any part of their contents to any person or organisation; please reply to this e-mail and highlight the error immediately and delete this e-mail and its attachments from your computer system. This footnote also confirms that before leaving our system this e-mail message has been swept for the presence of computer viruses.