[THIN] Re: surfing the net with Metaframe

I'm not too sure about this, but could you open IE in a kisok type mode where 
you remove all of the address bars.  They should only be able to see the page 
that was sent to them and navigate through that site.  
 
Now if they were sent google's web page they could get around this, but it may 
be a way to meet somewhere in the middle.
 
Keith
 
Keith Sirmons
Microcomputer/LAN Administrator
College of Veterinary Medicine


>>> Neil.Braebaum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 8/15/2005 10:11:34 AM >>>

They won't be able to get off their subnet, never mind the internet.

Neil 

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> Or...if you don't want anyone on that box to go out to the 
> Internet, delete the default gateway.  There may be some 
> other ramifications.
> adan
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> You can't have it both ways, either you allow them out to the 
> internet or you don't.
> You can block certain sites or filter the sites you don't 
> want them to go to. You can prevent them from running IE 
> period and teach them to copy and paste. You can use content 
> redirection if your version of Metaframe supports it and make 
> them open IE on the desktop so they browse from there but 
> unless you have a huge hosts file or block a ton of sites in 
> your IE security or dns they will have millions of sites at 
> their disposal to browse to on the web.  I am not aware of a 
> way to do what you are asking unless I am misreading what you 
> are asking and you only want them to see internal links which 
> can be done with the hosts file, a routing table or ie security.
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> Richard <richardwbb@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  Hello,
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>  I have a customer that is using a Metaframe server. One of 
> the published  apps is Outlook and when he receives a link, 
> internet explorer will start  it. I don't want the users to 
> surf the internet with the Metaframe server,  yet I would 
> like to keep it possible for them to use IE to open a link. 
> Is  there a way to make this possible or do you have some 
> tips on how to  approach this problem?


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