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I have recently installed a system comprising of a SBS2008 Premium server & a Windows 2008 server, configured as a terminal server & the site is using the existing Wyse thin clients.
The site performs a lot of Web based work & the users cannot change the Internet Security settings to allow access to their sites, download Java etc.
I have moved the users from my terminal server GPO to the standard SBS Users container with no change & I even granted Administrator privlidges to a user & still the IE settings were grayed out.
How do I allow access to these options withi IE??
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by:peter41
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What do you mean by: "I have moved the users..." ?
Do you mean moving of user profile ?

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I created a new Organizational Unit & applied a GPO & moved the users into that OU so that my policies could be applied to them.
Moving a user back into the default, SBS Users OU made no difference to the Security Level options, under Internet Options. That is, they are greyed out still.
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I hope that I understand your problem, I am not absolutely sure...

In any of group policy settings there are three options:
not configured
enabled
disabled

If you enable something and then set not-configured,
there will be applied policies from above GPO container if it exists (by rules for applying policies)
Try to set "disabled" in new policies in new OU.

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To be more exact, I must to add to my sentence:
"If you enable something and then set not-configured,
there will be applied policies from above GPO container if it exists (by rules for applying policies)"

If above GPO container does not exist and you have previously activated some policy and then you will set "not configured" (default setting),
then your policies are still valid. You must set "disabled" on policy you want to remove.
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Citacomp earned 2000 total points
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You can use the Group Policy Management tool to help sort out which settings are being applied and by which policies.  Just run the Group Policy Results Wizard inside the tool.
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