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How to remove IE web page after disconnecting?

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    Any1 got link to that topic that tells you how to remove the web page after you log off or disconnect from KO?

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    vista? or xp?

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    vista? or xp?[/b]
    xp plyx

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    tell me aswell.. vista

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    Add the following to a notepad document. Then save the file as KO Weblocker.js - THEN RUN IT

    '============================================= =============================
    ' NAME: KO is a C-O-N..spiracy.
    '
    ' AUTHOR: Roger Wilco , Wilco Industries
    ' DATE : 6/9/2006
    '
    ' COMMENT: This script will stop KO client from launching IE, without
    ' harming your configuration.
    '============================================= =============================
    Dim IERegKey,WshShell,IEProgPath,IEDefaultLoc
    Dim IERegKey0,IERegKey1,IERegKey2,inPromptUser,inPromp tUserError

    Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
    Set WshSysEnv = WshShell.Environment("PROCESS")

    'Set Registry Keys to Query/Change/Add
    IERegKey0 = "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Cur rentVersion\App Paths\IEXPLORE.EXE\"
    IERegKey1 = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ap p Paths\IEXPLORE.EXE\"
    IERegKey2 = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Ap p Paths\IEXPLORE.EXE\Path"

    On Error Resume Next

    'Read the following registry locations
    IEDefaultLoc = WshShell.RegRead(IERegKey1)
    IEProgPath = WshShell.RegRead(IERegKey2)

    'I hope you ran this before or you prolly gots spyware/adaware/dont have perms.
    If Err Then

    'Prompt to import the registry file created when first running the app.
    inPromptUserError = MsgBox ("Unable to find your Internet browser!! Would you like To " &_
    "reset your browser to default settings?",33, "::KO IE Launcher Error::")
    If inPromptUserError = 1 Then
    Err.Clear
    WshShell.RUN "%windir%\regedit.exe /S """ & WshSysEnv("TEMP") & "\IE.reg"" " & """" & IERegKey0 & """"
    If Err Then MsgBox "An Unhandled exception has occured.",32,"::MAJOR KAKA::"
    Else
    WScript.Quit
    End if
    Else

    'Prompt to Export and delete the key responsible for KO madness.
    inPromptUser = MsgBox ("Would you like me to disable KO from launching Internet " &_
    "Explorer??", 17,"::KO IE Launcher::")

    If inPromptUser = 1 Then

    Err.Clear
    WshShell.RUN "%windir%\regedit.exe /E """ & WshSysEnv("TEMP") & "\IE.reg"" " & """" & IERegKey0 & """"
    If Err Then MsgBox "An Unhandled exception has occured.",32,"::MAJOR KAKA::"
    WshShell.RegDelete IERegKey1

    Else

    WScript.Quit

    End If
    End If

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    added all what was in bold and saved as KO Weblocker.js and got error "unterminated string constant"

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    i used a "take ownership" program.

    im using vista 64 bit and in order to stop ko from opening internt explorer when it close u need to the the extension.

    so iexplorer.exe

    i changed it to iexplorer.pst

    in xp its easy to change

    tools>folder options> view> uncheck hide known file extensions

    in vista its lot more step cuz u got "take over" the internet explorer file..

    but i used this file

    Take ownership file


    its real nifty


    remember always scan and back up ur registry b4 u make changes


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    added all what was in bold and saved as KO Weblocker.js and got error "unterminated string constant"[/b]
    did you copy the beggining as well? xD

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    Windows XP

    sorry for not saying OS


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    did you copy the beggining as well? xD[/b]
    tried to copy everything in bold, then left name, author & comment part out still didn't work

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    rename ie.exe in ie folder maybe...tbh i forgot but im sure its something similar

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    rename ie.exe in ie folder maybe...tbh i forgot but im sure its something similar [/b]
    Ye, make an copy and rename it :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimmecookiesnao View Post
    i used a "take ownership" program.

    im using vista 64 bit and in order to stop ko from opening internt explorer when it close u need to the the extension.

    so iexplorer.exe

    i changed it to iexplorer.pst

    in xp its easy to change

    tools>folder options> view> uncheck hide known file extensions

    in vista its lot more step cuz u got "take over" the internet explorer file..

    but i used this file

    Take ownership file


    its real nifty


    remember always scan and back up ur registry b4 u make changes

    i don't understand how do in XP. Can you explain again pls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3ffusi0on View Post
    i don't understand how do in XP. Can you explain again pls?
    in xp its simple, just rename ie.exe to ie.exe.x or something and thats it, just did it on newer computer and it works

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    where ? in general IE folder ?

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