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Server 2008 Group Policy for Terminal Server -  Add Local Intranet Zone

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We have one Terminal Server that is running Server 2008. Our Domain Controller is running Server 2008 R2. I am not sure what actual Group Policies apply for Server 2008 & Server 2008 R2.

I need to add a Group Policy for the Terminal Server to add a trusted site to Sharepoint & automatic logon. Also want to make it my home page. Can someone tell me the Group Policy? I will use loopback processing? Also, what about IESC? Can I disable that from warning users?
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Your Terminal Server typically should not be in the same OU as your other member servers or have those GPOs applied to it.

 You need to:
-create an OU for Terminal Servers(TS)
-configure the TS OU to not allow group policy inheritance
-create a GPO and apply it to the TS OU
-configure your TS OU GPO
-set the loopback policy
-move your TS to the TS OU
-reboot the TS for the policy to take effect.
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This isnt really an answer to my question. I figured it out though.
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