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.adm files for ie7 sp3?

Posted on 2009-04-24
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Im looking for the most recent .adm template for IE7 sp3. Im having issues setting the home page with Group Policy as well as forcing classic start menu. My current .adm file for IE7 is 10/03/06. Thanks
Question by:loomerg

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The ADM files for IE7 can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=11ab3e81-6462-4fda-8ee5-fcb8264c44b1&displaylang=en.

However, having problems with other Group Policy settings would indicate you have a larger scale Group Policy infrastructure issue preventing the group policy applying, rather than an ADM file issue.


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Matt this is still the old version of .adm files. does not apply to SP3. I think i'm ok now I used the .adm files from ie8

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