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Topic # 14418 2-Jul-2007 19:08
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What I want to be able to do is either:

1) Restrict access within IE by a username and password

2) keep track of website's viewed (people always go a delete the history and cache)

3) Or do a combination of the above.

It has to be able to work on both XP and Vista.

There will be approximatley 5-10 people using IE. And blocking website is not really an option as their are too many legit sites.

Any idea's on how I can go about this? The best solution would be free, and Linux is not really an option at this stage. Unless someone can devise a way to do it all on a flashdrive or bootable CD which requires not setting up each day.

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Reply # 76998 5-Jul-2007 09:45
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There are a few software around, but if you have Windows XP, Microsoft Windows SteadyState has gone live now. It keeps your settings, etc from being overwritten, maintain configurations for different users, etc. But only for Windows XP for now.

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