I have been struggling with this for a bit now and am nearly fed up. This is what I would like to accomplish.
1. Modify a setting in IE6--> Tools/Internet Options/Advanced/Print background colors and images. By default this option is not checked.
a. Registry Key= HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main valuename = Print_Background which I would like to be set to "yes"
2. Deploy this via GPO as a custom .ADM to the entire domain.
This is what I have been able to come up with so far
When I import this adm file into the Default domain Policy under "User Configuration/Administrative Templates" it seems to import without error. I modify the view/filtering settings by unchecking "Only show policy settings that can be fully managed" I navigate to the catagory "Custom" double click on the setting Print_Background in the right hand pane and select enable and click OK. Nothing happens the setting is not applied to the Users in the domain. What am I doing wrong?
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