I'm not sure how exactly to ask this question.
At my small company we've decided to use group policy to set all users homepage to a pretty html file. We also are going to force IE to open upon logging in. This will ensure all those announcements management wants everyone to see will at least be up in front of everyones face at some point during the day.
So. Users also use Terminal Services to log into Server 2003. And do this quite often. I think it will be unnecessary and annoying to have IE auto-open on Server 2003. This is what I'm trying to avoid.
Log into PC > IE > html. Then immediately use TS > IE > html. 25% of my users work mostly in TS so it'd be nice if I could block/uninstall IE from the TS Server.
Or if you have any other ideas how to exclude the server logins from initiating the whole thing I'd love to hear them.