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Internet Explorer 9 Compatibility Mode Group Policy

Posted on 2012-03-26
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Hi Experts,
I am trying to force a website to run in Compatibility View in IE9 by using a GPO.
Seems straight forward enough; I configured the setting 'Use Policy List of Internet Explorer 7 sites' and added my website.
Unfortunately it does not work - the website does not run in CV, and I believe it may be because the website is a subdomain: https://performancemanager.successfactors.eu
I tested by adding a 'regular' website, http://www.google.co.uk and it works fine - CV auto-enables when I visit the site and I can't edit the setting.
Can anyone help?
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Answered my own query:

I needed to add the entry in to the GPO as 'successfactors.eu'

Works OK now.
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