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NT4 ADM template question

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I've been asked to add a new internet explorer proxy exception on an NT4 domain using group policy editor. I know where to add the exception once i have the policy editor open but my question is this. There is no documentaion for this domain. How do I assertain which policy file is being used (there are 3 within the netlogon share). And, there are 8 .ADM templates, is there anyway I can tell which ones are loaded?  Is anyone able to give a brief description as to what these ADM files are without pointing me to a web site :)  Thanks very much.
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The default is NTConfig.pol. This can be changed through the registry, though (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Update, "NetworkPath" and "UpdateMode" set to 2).
How to apply System Policy settings to Terminal Server
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/192794

Unfortunately, there is no way to determine which template files were loaded into poledit when the policy was created; the template list is stored with poledit, not with the policy file (yes, it's a pain). If in doubt, load all.
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Thank you.
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