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Group Policy Setting for IE6, check for new version of page "every time"

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Im looking for a Group Policy setting to set all of my users Internet Explorer to get a new version of every web page when they visit it as opposed to the default "automatically refresh". Thanks for the help
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To the best of my knowledge you cannot do this with group policy. Features such as this are usually customized using  IEAK (Internet Explorer Administration Kit) http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/ie/ieak/evaluation/overview/default.mspx
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Is there a similar one for IE6? Thanks for the help
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