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comment Options for a site-specific-browser app
Thanks blocking by user agent seems like a good strategy in our scenario. The reason we are using IE is because we are using Citrix Access Gateway to provide a virtual desktop. CAG is heavily optimised for IE. So the point as I understand is to stop users from draining our servers on non-optimised browsers. Also I am told that IE has far more settings that can be configured through group policy.
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comment Options for a site-specific-browser app
Firstly, I can give you the email address of my sys admin if you want to discuss it with him. I just work here. The reasoning is however, that we are using Citrix Access Gateway which is heavily optimised for IE. Second, I think you misunderstand the scenario: The user will have IE installed - they can access the internet through IE. They won't have any other full browsers installed. They should have a 'site-specific-browser' which only has access to one site (our Intranet).
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Files don't remain. Subfolders remain.
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