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Removing IE70Blocker

I installed the IE70Blocker.adm to block the installation of IE7 through group policy.  I want to allow that now, but when I go in to edit the policy there is nothing for me to disable.  The Automatic Updates Blocker folder is still there but there is nothing in the folder.  If I go to Add/Remove Templates it shows up there as installed.  Thoughts?
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dquillen
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brislaneCommented:
Int the folder, from the View menu, select Filtering, clear the "Only show policy settings that can be fully managed" check box and click OK.

It should appear then...
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PeteJThomasCommented:
It's also worth bearing in mind that these custom admin templates are persistent, meaning that when you remove the policy, whatever setting the policy had will remain.

Just a side note, in case you weren't already aware. :)

Pete
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