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Internet Security zone settings on TS 2003 that has Citirx 4.5

I have TS 2003 that has the Internet Security zone settings configured to Medium-high , while when the users logged into Citrix the settings is set to high for some reason. and that affecting the browsing as no Active X , Java allowed to be installed.
Does any one know why that happening and how to change it.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
Have you run RSOP to see if another policy is being applied?
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rov17Author Commented:
I don't think it is related to GP as the TS was working fine till I upgraded IE to IE8, The Enhanced Security got applied then after that any user that already has a profile when he logged into that TS which has IE8 he gets (Internet Security zone settings as high)  
Any new user if he logged into the TS that has IE8 first then go to ant other TS server, he is fine,
While if a new user logged into any of the other TS then to the one which IE8 the settings put it self as High.
all the TS got IE7, except for one that who has IE8.
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dnsguru44Commented:
Remove the enhanced security feature and see if that works.

Go to control panel then select Add/Remove Programs.  Select add/remove windows features.  Scroll down and you will see the enhanced security feature for IE.  Un-check that box and test.  Let me know if that resolves your issue.
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rov17Author Commented:
That what I have done, but it seems that the users who logged into that server gets the settings in their profiles and it is now following them to any other server after that.
I have tried to add enhanced security then remove it again, had a look into that IEHarden registry key (not exist in both Current user and Local machine) they didn't make any different.
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dnsguru44Commented:
Then you need to configure IE in group policy for both the user and computer.  Also verify your GP settings for the server.  Last thing, make sure in TS manager you have "don't use temp folders per session" set to yes.  
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