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Posted on 2011-03-09
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My question is this, is there any way to set a trusted site and turn off the popup blocker for all user that use a particular PC without going into each profile on the machine and setting them?
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This can be achieved through group policy.  You can create an OU, and drop that machine into that OU.  Then create a enabled policy to allow popups for the specific site(s).  Also add that site to the trusted websites and you should be good.
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As Hmoobgolian said, GPO is the easiest way,
You can also create a vb script that runs at pc startup.
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