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remove address bar ie 6 server 2003

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how do I remove the IE 6 address bar in server 2003 by GPO?
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Save the template below as IECustom.adm or Whatever.adm, and import it into your GPO. Configure as usual.
CLASS USER
 
CATEGORY !!MainCategory
  CATEGORY "Toolbars"
    POLICY "Hide Address Bar"
      KEYNAME "Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbars\Restrictions"
      VALUENAME "NoAddressBar"
      VALUEON NUMERIC 1
      VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
    END POLICY
  END CATEGORY ; "Toolbars"
END CATEGORY
 
; **********************************************************************
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MainCategory=Internet Explorer Custom

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