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Issues with Internet Explorer 8 on Server 2008 R2!

I am running into some issue with my users browsing the Internet on my server 2008 R2 servers. We are using WYSE thin clients in our environment and use a dedicated server for browsing via citrix. With the increased security of server 2008 R2 it is causing me some headaches. Is there any way to over all loosen the security? If not how can i enable cookie's globally? Right now i am able to add the sites my users need to the trusted sites and those sites seem to work just fine. Hopefully someone can point me into the right direction. What are other admin's doing in my situation?
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rburney
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Hutch_77Commented:
I don't have R2 here to go find it, but there is a piece you can remove from what used to be Server add on software for Internet Explorer security or server security and it removes all the BS security they add to IE.
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etch626Commented:
You might be able to look into the Group Policies to make changes to the cookies.
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
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rburneyAuthor Commented:
I will look at those group policy's.
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QlemoDeveloperCommented:
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