How do I change the IE Window Title for all network users?

I used to have a method to change the Internet Explorer Title Bar to display my company name for all users on  the network.  It is a cool way to "brand" the network with my company name.  However, I seem to have lost the document that told me how to do it.  

It was a setting on the Server, in either the Registry or in Group Policy.  Once implemented, all users inside the network saw "Windows Internet Explorer provided by My Company Name".  Anyone know how to do this?
narleyAsked:
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DonConnect With a Mentor Network AdministratorCommented:
Look under user configuration--->windows settings--->internet explorer maintenance--->browser user interface--->browser title
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GreatGermCommented:
IE branding it pretty easy.  All you need to do is change/add a couple registry keys.  A decent list is here: http://smallvoid.com/article/ie-branding.html

You can definitely just push this with group policy.
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narleyAuthor Commented:
I recall it was fairly easy.  If I confure this setting on the server, does it propagate out to the workstations?   That's the setting I'm looking for.
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GreatGermCommented:
Well, since it's all registry changes you can just add a .reg file to your NETLOGON share and add the regedit line to the logon batch file.
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narleyAuthor Commented:
OK, I dug into an old server and answered my own question.  But this should stay in the KB - it's a cool trick.

The setting is in Group Policy.
Edit Default Domain Policy | User Configuration | Internet Explorer Maintenance | Browser User Interface | Browser Title.
Check the "Customize Title Bars" box and enter the title you want to display (company name, etc.).  
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narleyAuthor Commented:
Ahhhh!  dstewatjr beat me to the post!  Nice shootin'
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narleyAuthor Commented:
This is in the Default Domain Policy, or you could create a seperate new GPO if you wanted to avoid editting the Default Domain Policy.
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
:-)
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