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HELP!!!  How can I set multiple home pages for IE 6 for terminal server using Group Policies?

Posted on 2011-09-26
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Hi,
I am trying to set multiple home pages for internet explorer 6 on terminal server 2003 so when users log in they can access only two specific sites.  (One local & one on the internet.)

The terminal server settings are set using Group Policies.

I have Server 2008 R2 DC in my AD environment.

Any one have any ideas of how I can accomplish this?  Or will I need to upgrade the terminal server 2003 to IE 7 to get this options in GPO?

Thanks in advance.
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IE6 did not support Tabbed browsing. You need IE7
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I thought so.  Is there a way to have two home pages with IE 6?

Or is there a way to have one IE shortcut that goes to a certain homepage and another IE shortcut that goes to a different homepage?
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