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GPO to configure IE SSLv2.0 setting

Posted on 2011-09-27
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I have 2 settings that I need to change in IE via GPO on Windows XP machines joined to a Server 2008 domain.

Configure a specific TRUSTED SITE
Enable SSLv 2.0 in the Adv. properties of IE Internet Options

What is the best way to accomplish this?  
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SSL V2.0 is a default property of IE


run the group policy managment editor. Right-click the OU or domain you want to apply the GPO and click Properties. Click the Group Policy tab. Create a Group Policy and Edit it.  n Group Policy expand User Configuration -> Windows Settings -> >Internet Explorer Maintenance -> Security -> Security Zones and Content Ratings

Under Security Zones, choose Import the current security zones settings. Cick Modify Settings. Add trusted sites. Click OK.  Click ok to return to the group policy managment

then do a gpupdate /force to send the new policy to the users

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