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I can't open file from network drive in IE9 if site is not in trusted zone

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Hi,

I have a Windows server 2008 R2 in Terminal server mode. From all web site who are not add in trust zone, I can't open file form a network drive.

Ex.: From a webmail site, I can't add an attachment from U:\

U:\ is map to \\domain,local\usersdata\user\

The error is : Network access is denied

If I add the web mail site in trust site, it works.

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You can disable protected mode on Internet Sites from Tools>Options>Security Click Internet, and Uncheck Protected Mode Near The Bottom.
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Hi Pnorms,

That fixed it!  I applied the configuration via a GPO and everything started working again.

Thanks again for the great help.
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No problem
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