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How do you control users default browser homepage when logging into a central pc using active directory?
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Use a group policy object to do it:

http://www.howtonetworking.com/server/sethomepage.htm
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A User based GPO with the Internet Explorer settings defined for home page and Links.

The GPO should be linked to the OU that the users presently reside in. You can then set it to Enforced to make sure that the settings are not overridden by any higher GPO setting.

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