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Disabling https:// prefix in IE Trusted Zones

Posted on 2011-09-12
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i have been trying to add lists of approved url's to my windows 2003 sbs domain via grouop policy and i cannot seem to get it to propagate to all users.
now trying ZonedOut product it only allows me to add https url's.
this is really giving me fits.
i tried using gpedit.msc from domain controller, went to local computer policy| compter configuration|administrative templates| windows components| internet explorer| internet control panel| security page and added urls in the site to zone assignment list but no go!
i added urls like www.availity.com with a 2 for trusted zone and even after several gpupdate/force commands still cannot get these domains into trusted zones for users.
driving me up a wall
please, any and all help is appreciated
delebute
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yes it still doesnt get to any users and im running gpupdate/force from target machine as well as domain controller server
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used ZonedOut and it worked well.

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Use Zoned oout on Windows 2003 Servers
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