How to add a url to Google Toolbar Popup Blocker Exception List?

I have literally hundreds of computers with the google toolbar in my network.  Our online CRM system requires us to place its url into the google toolbar popup exception list.  I am looking for a way to do this programmatically. Is there a registry key or an API to do this?
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MereteConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi frankmorrison: where is all the experts lol.I am not that experienced in this area but am happy to assist if I can.
I dont understand the part popup blocker exception,  Is CRM being blocked?
why not just add this CRM URL to the trusted sites? Or add it to the exceptions list in windowsxp sp2 firewall?
Have you looked in IE tools popup blocker popup blocker settings?
 manage add ons?
I have seen this topic come up so will endeavour to find one for you.
Up front I donot know how to push out a group policy for Google though.
Can these asist you?
Adding Pop-Up Blocker Exceptions via GPO

How to set advanced settings in Internet Explorer by using Group Policy Objects

Managing Windows XP Service Pack 2 Features Using Group Policy
Internet Explorer Policy Settings

Hope it assist you
There must be a setting in the regestry for google?
But is Google installed individually on each computer?
This is just an idea that maybe you can go on

How can an administrator control the Search Across Computers feature?

unless you have a group policy management console where you can access all the computers.
Hope it assist a little anyway.
Thank you
frankmorrisonAuthor Commented:
Merete, I tried both your suggestions, but they do not address the PopUp blocker exeption list.  Any other ideas?
ErrroConnect With a Mentor Commented:
google forbid the user to view or manually edit the whitelist and blacklist of popup function .
Google has an Enterprise version of the Google Toolbar that can be managed using GPO, including the Popup whitelist:

Or, if you want to do it yourself, the reg key can be found at
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Google\Google Toolbar\4.0\whitelist]
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