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I have a user who is trying to click on a link in an email.  We use Outlook w/ Exchange.  When they click on links inside emails they are getting a stop error referencing the policy on the computer does not allow this and they should contact the systems admin.  Can someone please tell me the path to the policy that is preventing this?  Thanks!
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can you give more details on the error?
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Typically more of an error on the local machine, not necessarily with Group Policy if no one else in the environment is having this issue.  Have this seen this article?

http://www.slipstick.com/problems/link_restrict.htm
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