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Default Network related help required...

Hi friends,

I've windows 2000 server with 3 clients using Windows XP Pro. I have two question related my network environment.

1- I have applied group policies and disabled "Run Menu" and other options in policies like "Do not Show Network Connection on Desktop". While when i logged on to that domain from my XP Client. It applies all group policies except disabling "Run Menu". can u guide me y it is not hiding run menu on XP clients.

2- I want to track my client internet activity from my server that what sites they r visiting etc. Is it possible to track clients activity by sitting on server???

Please guide me in this matter.


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