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Sometimes There To Many Instance Of The Internet Browsing Page Running On The Taskbar. This Slows Down Connection.how Do I Limit The Instances Of Internet Browsers So That One The Limit Is Reached Additional Page Can Not Be Opened
Mar 28 '07 #1
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redoix
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Sometimes there are too many instances of the internet browser opened on the client's PC. This slows down the connection speed in my local network. How do I limit the number of internet explorer that can run simultaneously such that, when the limit is reached, attempt at opening additional explorer will instead display a window mesage to close one before opening another.
Mar 28 '07 #2
developing
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i doubt there is such ac control...try googling...maybe you can find plugins..if not, you can alwyas write a script to limit?
Mar 29 '07 #3
Cyberdyne
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Use TABBED browsing available in Firefox as well as Internet Explorer 7 and look for a plug in or as suggested above find a script.

Cyber.
Mar 30 '07 #4
Cyberdyne
627 Expert 512MB
It doesn't matter, the limit for tcp connections on windows xp is 10 - it like that by default ever since sp2

Other than that, you will need to implement policies and possibly scripts for internet explorer.

Another solution would be to run in kiosk mode. Please see the following article LINK

Also this thread is very similar to the one I saw previously so they will be merged.

Thanks, Cyber.
Mar 30 '07 #5

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