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Posted on 2012-04-09
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I have a computer that is shared by many people.  
Firefox is the browser.  

Is there any way to make it so that the homepage for every person who uses the computer is the same?  

(OS is windows server 2008)

Users are not admins

Thank you
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Question by:Adam_109
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by:jacobstewart
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is this a terminal server?  is this a domain enviroment?

If yes this can be done through group policy.
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by:Adam_109
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Yes to both.  
I thought only IE could managed this way via group policy?
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by:Adam_109
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Nice!  

I'd rather not add it to my GPO for the domain, but can I add it to the local machine policy editor?
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