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Allow Server 2008 users to set their own IE homepage

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How can I allow domain users to set their own IE home pages when I am using a SBS 2008?  They keep telling me that their IE home page defaults to the companyweb page on start up.
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You need to change the GPO and delete the object that directs them to the CompanyWeb
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Here is a screen shot to help you visualize where to make the change.
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Gotta love screen shots
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