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I am trying to set up advanced ie settings via GPO to set settings such as "Enable folder view for ftp" this seems to work fine but any laptops with a modem installed try to dial a connection from teh DUN from within IE once advanced settings are enabled. (Even though IE says "never dial a connection)

I have been using GP management from a xp workstation to set the settings as the advanced settings drop out when i try to access this on the domain controller.

please help getting frustrated
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please close this moderators i updated my GPMC and was able to view the problems and fix them once i updated the GPMC
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