2003 Server GPO IE settings

I recently deployed a GPO to add a trusted website to Internet Explorer trusted internet sites.
I have now removed the trusted site from the GPO, but I have 20+ workstations that the site
remained in their IE settings , causing problems.

Is there a way to clear out the one trusted site causing the issue using GPO ?
Tombstone2009Asked:
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speshalystCommented:
did you try forcing the updates..
like GPUpdate /Force ?
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speshalystCommented:
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Tombstone2009Author Commented:
I have verified the GPO updates went out the to workstations. I found the followiing article where the site is removed , but remains in the registry causing issues.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/293766
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speshalystCommented:
That article was written for Windows 2000... not sure if it be relevent for 2003..
 
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Tombstone2009Author Commented:
After researching, I have found no additional gpo setting to remove the sites that were previously added by the GPO. I even tried the GPO setting that processes the GPO even if no changes were made.
I manually deployed a registry policy to removed the registry setting using Desktop Authority.

This ticket will be closed out. Thanks
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