No "Pop-up Allow List" in the gpo

Posted on 2007-08-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
i am trying to add pop-up exceptions for my users when they navigate to certain sites. virtually every guide that i have found has told me this can be done through the gpo in the: "Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer"  path  and then going into "Pop-Up Allow List". The problem is that "Pop-Up Allow List" is no where to be found. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Question by:Networkdogs
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    Although I can't explain why it's not located there on your system, I would recommend downloading new IE adm templates (inetres.adm) from Microsoft.  The IE7 template has backwards compatability with IE6, IE5, adding new templates won't hurt.  Any previous GPO settings will retain, but add functionality for IE7.  And if you already have the IE7 adm files, it doesn't hurt adding them again.
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    thanks for your help

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