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Changing .NET Security Settings through a GPO

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In the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 configuration control panel under adjust zone security I would like to be able to set the local internet zone to full trust to be able to allow users to run a .NET application from a network share.  We have over 1500 computers so manually making the changes is not an option.  Does anyone know how to set this up as a GPO or any other way to automate the porcess?  Any help would be appreciated.
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