group policy+internet explorer+open link in new window

Is there a way to use group policy to set all the computers on my network to check mark the advanced internet explorer option for opening all links in a new window?
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create a .REG file with the following contents

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]

save as:  NoReuse.REG in your C:\Drive
Now create a LOGON BATCH file

Echo Off
START %SystemRoot%\regedit /s %SystemDrive%\NoReuse.REG

save as: NoReuse.BAT in your C:\Drive

Use Group Policy Editor to set up a LOGON script

goto USER CONFIGURATION and include this new BATCH FILE
it will deploy the registry changes as new users logon to the system.

Hope that was what you wanted !

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I was assuming you were refering to the Reuse windows for launching shortcuts located in the Tools>Internet Options>Advanced section

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Windows 2000

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