Group policy for erasing Temporary Internet FIles and Cookies

Posted on 2007-10-09
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I want Temporary Internet FIles and Cookies of all my domain users to be erased after closing Internet Explorer 6.
What is the working  way do to this.
How to configure GPO for erasing Temporary Internet FIles and Cookies.
Question by:mariana_dilkova
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    Select User Configuration->Windows Settings->Internet Explorer Maintenance (right click, and put in Preference Mode), and finally click Advanced. Then choose Internet Settings, then Advanced settings. There should be a setting for Delete Saved Pages when Browser Is Closed.


    More information and regkeys:

    "Internet Explorer URL Action and Advanced Security Settings in Group Policy"


    Empty Temporary Internet Files Folder When Browser is Closed

    Preference Key Name:
    HKCU\Software \Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Cache \Persistent

    Policy Key Name:
    Software\Policies \Microsoft\Windows \CurrentVersion \InternetSettings\Cache \Persistent

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