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How can I set home in the internet explorerbrowser when users logging in into windows 2003 R2 domain?

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ayha1999Asked:
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redbmasterCommented:
This can be done via Group Policy. See the attached screenshot for affecting policies.
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uescompCommented:
You could specify that in group policy.  If your not familiar with group policy I highly recommend caution when playing around in there.  

Otherwise Open up group policy and create a new policy and assign it to the OU you wish to apply it to in Active Directory

Settings are found here:

User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer

You can set a homepage and then disable "change home page settings".  Which will prevent users from changing it.
ayha1999Author Commented:
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