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How do we create a policy to set Windows Media Player as the default media player in an enterprise network?

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We are running active directory and one Domain.  We are looking for a solution to set a policy for Windows Media Player to be the default media player across the domain -- approx 2000 PC's running both XP and W2K.  We can use GPO editor or other (login script etc.) but can not find a script or policy. Our servers are W2003.
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Try using this in your logon script:

c:\windows\inf\unregmp2.exe /SetWMPAsDefault

-jdm
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