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Issues with GPO's and trusted sites - internal sites are being displayed with their IP in the title bar instead of the program name.

Posted on 2011-02-17
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We've been trying to update our list of trusted sites via group policy but it had some unintended consequences that we've been sorting out. One of those consequences pertains to the way internally hosted sites have been showing up for our users. One is showing up as a trusted site though it's not in the trusted sites list. Secondly, the same site shows its IP in the title bar of IE which means it shows up by IP down in the start bar. This has been jarring for our users. I have attached pictures

Where might I look?
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Krzysztof Pytko earned 500 total points
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Check in DNS management console in "Reverse Lookup zones" under

192.168.x.x Subnet in 20 folder if you have specified  PTR records for that

Regards,
Krzysztof
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