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How do you set the IE 6 Cookies level for the Internet zone using Group Policy?

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I have been asked to consider altering the default Cookies level in Internet Explorer.  I know there are GPO settings available to disable the Privacy tab, but so far I have not found a way to adjust the "slider" level for all systems using Group Policy.  Is there a Microsoft-supplied ADM out there, or can someone point me to the registry settings I'd need to incorporate into a custom ADM?

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This did the trick - turns out the "Import current settings" that we already use to configure Trusted Sites also includes the Privacy settings.
Thanks for your quick response!
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