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How to create a group policy for domain

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Using Windows server 2003 with group policies
I need to add the following registry key for all users in the group "TSUSERS"
HKEY_CURRENTUSER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main

 Add the key:
TabProcGrowth = 0 (DWORD)

How can I create the ADM file? Better yet can someone create it for me?
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here is the kb article that describes how to create a custom template: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/225087
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Here is my ADM file and it's not working. When I add it to the group policy editor only the catagory name shows, the entry is blank?
CLASS USER
CATEGORY !!MyCat
  POLICY !!MyPolicy
	KEYNAME "Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main"
	EXPLAIN !!MyPolicyHelp
    PART TabProcGrowth NUMERIC
    VALUENAME "TabProcGrowth"
    END PART
  END POLICY
END CATEGORY

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MyPolicyHelp="IE8 starts each new window or tab in a new process. Some websites will lose logon information when a new process is created. ie6 & ie7 are not effected by this setting (both use a single process for all windows) "
MyCat="IE8 Tab Fix"
MyPolicy="Stop IE8 Process Growth"

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