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Poledit, Inetnet Explorer Start Page (which ADM)

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I set the internet explorer start page awhile back and i need to change it. but i do not remember what the policy template file it is in to change it.
Anyone know?
Thanks
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The policy file is ntconfig.pol and it is in the NETLOGON share (winnt/system32/repl/import/scripts) of each domain controller.  If you replicate change it in the repl/export/scripts directory on your PDC.  The .adm files for poledit are in the winnt/inf directory by default but I think you are just looking for the policy file.
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no, i am looking for the .adm file so that i can edit the .pol
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They are in the winnt/inf directory by default but are also found in the resouce kit.  Just do a find for *.adm and you should have no problem locating them.
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They would be on your server not on your workstation (unless you added the policy editor and the .adm files to your workstation).
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They would be on your server not on your workstation (unless you added the policy editor and the .adm files to your workstation).
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the question is asking for which adm contains the part where you can set the start page.
do you have the name of the file??????
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ieak.adm
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do you have it?
email it to me at jay@webgroup1.com if you do.
thanks!
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okie dokie... that should be what you're looking for!
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Yes, it is!
I wonder why Microsoft hides it so hard?
Thanks a bunch!
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