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Win2K group policy and Java applets

Does anyone know which group policy in Win2K controls the display of Java applets in IE6?  Java scripts will display just fine, but java applets are no longer viewable on clients.  Already checked the local machine policy and did not see anything that would restrict displaying applets, so I figured it must be in a Group policy?


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cakirfatih
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jdeclueCommented:
It is in GPO or the IE6.

In IE6, go to Tools | Internet Options |Security and look at the Advanced settings of each Node

The GPO settings are based upon the machine you create the GPO from. Essentially, you set up your IE6 excactly the way you want, using the options above. After it sis set up you create the Group Policy and it copies your settings, and gives them to everyone else.

The settings are located at:
User Configuration | Windows Settings |  Internet Explorer Maintenance | Security | Security Zones and Content Ratings.

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