Trusted site list in terminal server

I have an annoying issue in windows 2003 terminal server running Citrix environment. We uninstalled IE Enhanced Security and trying to use GPO to add URLs to the trusted site list. We imported configuration from one of server (with no IEESC) but the setting doesn’t work when user logged in. I checked gpresult and the policy was applied. Am I missing something here?

Any help is appreciated.
lo_oscarAsked:
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Carl WebsterCommented:
What does RSOP show for that user on that server?
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MarkieSCommented:
I havn't got my Work Domain access at present so cant give you exact details of how I have it setup.

You need to look at "Site to Zone Assignment"

You enter the site and give it a number 1-4 depending what zone you want it to appear in..  This GPO can then be applied.

This site shows you how.
http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2010/03/how-to-use-group-policy-to-configure-internet-explorer-security-zone-sites/
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lo_oscarAuthor Commented:
@CarlWebster: The rsop showed the policy was applied.

@ MarkieS: I tried to enable the policy but except for the Trusted Sites list is grayed out for the user, none of the setting took effect. They all still in internet zone.
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Carl WebsterCommented:
But did you look in the Settings tab to get a detail view of WHAT settings were applied?
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lo_oscarAuthor Commented:
Yes, all the settings were applied.
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MarkieSCommented:
So we are definately looking at this policy setting - see picture
Using "Site to Zone Assignment"

Totally seperate to importing IE settings?
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