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Internet Explorer 8 Compatibility View in Group Policy?

Posted on 2009-07-09
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We are using Internet Explorer 8. If you go to "Tools - Compatibility View Settings - Display all website in Compatibility View" there is an option that we want ticked for all computers in our network. This is to avoid problems and helpdesk calls. Is there a setting in Group Policy in Windows Server 2008 that we can use to turn this on for all users and computers in our domain?
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I haven't checked it but you can download the GP .admx templates from Microsoft using this link below. Import them in to your GP Management console and check for the setting you need.
Group Policy Settings Reference for Windows Internet Explorer 8
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=ab4655f2-0a3c-42eb-974d-24b2790bf592&displaylang=en
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