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GPO for Internet Explorer Security Settings (Local Intranet Websites)

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Hello

I have Win2008R2 and I want to create a GPO that can setup some few settings on each end user Internet Explorer as indicated in the attached pictures.

we have different IE versions installed in our network from 6.0 tol 8 .....

Can you please indicate me detailed steps for each rule I have to insert in my GPO ....

I will appreciate

Thanks
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Use IE Maintenance. It will work from IE 4 to IE 8.

User Config\Windows Settings\Internet Explorer Maintenance\Security\Security Zones\

Hit Modify settings
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Why you put the security on LOW and unchecked the Enable Protected Mode ?
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You don't have to do that. Our company has a stupid java based website and the company won't troubleshoot any problems related to it unless we have those two settings checked for internal websites
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by:venmarces
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oh ok

So thanks it is working very well

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It is the solution I m looking for
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No problem. If you have any more questions, just ask.
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have any webcast or tutorial on GPO build
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explain that question just a little bit more? What do you mean by GPO build?
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