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Internet Explorer Does Not Open When Users Are Remote Users

Posted on 2011-03-11
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I just setup thin clients to remote to virtual PCs I have running on a XenServer. I have one domain user for all these thin clients. On the virtual Windows XP machine, they are Remote Users. If it is setup this way, there are 5 the can open Internet Explorer and 5 that cannot. If I change the users to be Administrators on the computers, everyone can open Internet Explorer. I do have some policies setup to block the internet by use of proxy connections, but this problem did not start until I switched the users to Remote Users from Administrators. Does anyone have any ideas why this would be happening? Please let me know if you think you need more information.

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seems to be permission related only...what is the error you are getting??
disable the GP and see if the users are able to access it if so check the effective permission from you GP
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Yes, this worked. I had a GP set that was disabling IE from opening. Thanks for the help.
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