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Is there any built in GPO feature to delete the internet temp folder & Files.

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Hi,
Is there any built in GPO feature to delete the internet temp folder & Files.
On logoff.

Regards
Sharath
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Yes there is

The setting is configured in Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Internet Control Panel\Advanced Page (you have this both for users and computers)
 
Then the setting is:  Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed.

Hope that helps

Thanks
Mike
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by:RedTitan20
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Is this something that you have to have enabled for both Computer Configuration and User Configuration?  I currently have this enabled under the User Config, but its not configured under the Computer Config.  It does not appear to be working when they close the browser, so should I enable this on both configs?
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