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Group Policy Change Homepage

Posted on 2012-04-13
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Okay I'm quite familiar with group policy and how to change homepages. My question today is how to I implement a default homepage that users CAN change. I mostly want the homepage just set as default to Google instead of MSN for new users. But I want the users to change it if they want.

How do I go about this? It seems like if group policy refreshes it get's rid of their changed homepage.
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You can do it by “Preferences Mode”……
http://www.grouppolicy.biz/tag/home-page/
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Thanks for the help! Nice quick and simple. That's a neat feature.
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