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How do I disable the message on closing multiple tabs in IE7

In IE7 when you go to close the browser you get prompted with a message that says "Do you want to close all tabs?"  You can then check "Open these the next time I use the Internet" or "Do not show me this dialog again."  I would like this message to never show for the user and have the "Open these the next time..." set as default.  I can find Warn me when closing multiple tabs in the registry but can't seem to find where I would turn that off or on in group policy. We are running XP desktopx and Server 2003 for Active Directory.

If anyone has the location in group policy where we would change that I would appreciate it.
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and just to finish up there it will save automatically without a pop up and will open to just the way it was without a pop up
 
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Were not allowed to use Opera or Firefox.  IE7 is our Corporate approved browser.  I can see it in the registry but I'm trying to find out if you can control this with group policy.
Then sorry i don't know what to do in that case
Was looking for IE7 versus Opera but I understand.