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Windows NT4 policy - default homepage

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Hi,

Is it possible to set the default Internet Explorer homepage in a Windows NT4 domain using poledit for all users?
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Save the template below as IEHomepage.adm or Whatever.adm, add it to poledit.
You'll find the setting under "Additional Settings - Internet Explorer".
CLASS USER
CATEGORY "Additional Settings - Internet Explorer"
  POLICY "Home Page"
    KEYNAME "Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main"
    PART "Set the IE Home Page:" TEXT END PART
    PART " " EDITTEXT REQUIRED
      VALUENAME "Start Page"
      DEFAULT "http://www.google.com/"
    END PART
  END POLICY
END CATEGORY

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This worked. Thanks :)
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