IE Security Settings

I have some clients using Widows 7 and XP to connect to a 2003 Terminal server. They need to be able to change security settings in Internet Explorer, which are now blanked out. On their local machines, they are able to change these settings. So, I assume I need to adjust a GPO on the Terminal Server. I am hoping to get some help with this. Thank you.
ckleavitt2Asked:
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Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
They need to adjust IE settings on a TS server?  A better solution would be to make sure your IE settings are the way they need to be and globally apply that to the server.  I would not be very comfortable allowing users to change server settings, even if they are only supposed to apply to their own profile.....

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ckleavitt2Author Commented:
Forgive me for my ignorance, but how would I apply the settings globally.
Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
GPO applied at the machine level for TS servers or a local policy applied on the TS servers.

DrUltima

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ckleavitt2Author Commented:
Ok. I will change the local GPO, under User Configuration, Windows Settings, Internet Explorer Maintenance, Security Settings. Does that sound accurate?
Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
Depending on what you want to accomplish, yes, that should work for you.

DrUltima
ckleavitt2Author Commented:
I will test it out. Thank you for your help.
ckleavitt2Author Commented:
Worked like a charm! Thanks again.
Justin OwensITIL Problem ManagerCommented:
You are welcomed.  Good hunting.
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