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Setting page margins in internet explorer using group policy in windows 2003

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Is this possible? I would like the set the page margins in IE to .25 for a particular OU via GPO; can this be done?

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not via GPO it can't
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any other way?
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possibly via logon script but you would have to know exactly how IE works to modify it, maybe get some assistance from th web browsers experts
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