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Internet Connection Wizard -Permantly Disabling It

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I am using the Terminal Services and dont want all of the users to have to go through the stupid microsoft wizard.
how can i turn it off globally, or disable it somehow?
Thanks!
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Use the Group Policy MMC snap-in to specify the domain policy for Internet Connections. This also permits Internet Explorer to run without having to run the ICW.

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Great answer!
Thank You so much!
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