cant disable enhanced internet security at 2008 terminal server

Hello,

I already disabled it in the server manager and for the administrator its work. But the users still get that enoying anhanced internet security popup when visiting websites. The is also not an gpo rule and at the old server (2003) it workt perfect but there you could delete that enoying program at 2008 not :(.

Annybody any idea tot desible that product ?
BolNetworksAsked:
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jakethecatukCommented:
Stating the obvious...you have turned of IESEC for users haven't you?

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BolNetworksAuthor Commented:
For the users and the administrators it set to off.
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mrroonieCommented:
have you rebooted since turning it off?
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BolNetworksAuthor Commented:
The owner reboot the server last weekend but still gots the enhanced security anouncment. Somebody an idea what it can be ?
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BolNetworksAuthor Commented:
After importing 2008 policys into the domaincontroler it now works.
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