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This is something for your application developers to remedy -if they can, they need to call the browser window without the address bar. If it's a web app, they can use the document.open method, and specify "address=0."
If for some reason that can't be done, you can create a temporary topic that only exists to redirect the user to a window of your own, with the document.open method, and no address bar. Your original startup window, with all the toolbars stuff, closes itself after launching the trimmed window.
Not sure what an internet server would do for you in this case - are you trying to keep folks off the web, or out of a server area?
Thanks so much for responding to my question. We are trying to keep people out of a server area. Your suggestion just might work! I'm working at home today so have forwarded your suggestion to a couple of programmers to see if they can do as you suggested. I'll let you know how it turns out. Thanks again. Lisa
Your network admins can create groups and permissions to limit user access; the onus should be on them to resolve this.