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I need to know how to use the Group Policy Editor to run internet explorer at startup.

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We are launching our first intranet site this coming Monday and I need to know how to use the Group Policy Editor to have all users on our domain to have internet explorer run at startup. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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just put iexplorer.exe patheway and file in User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Logon

run these programs at user logon

and then apply the policy to any OU's with teh users you want it to run in
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Any update?
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What do I need to put in the enter the item to be added section?

I tried putting C:\program files\internet explorer\iexplorer.exe and it didn't work.
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thats how it is done if it hasnt worked then it hasnt been done correctly

if you run gpresult /v from teh command prompt does it show that the policy is being applied
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