How do I disable IE9 "Protected mode is turned off..." warning with a GPO?

Marc_Johnson used Ask the Experts™
We are looking to deploy Internet Explorer 9 in our organization and we would like to keep protected mode off for the local intranet zone the way we currently have it set with IE8. We have this turned off with a GPO. But now with IE9, we get "Protected mode is turned off for the Local intranet zone". The options are "Don't show this message again" and "Turn on Protected mode". We don't want our users to get this prompting. I've looked all over but I do not see of GPO setting for this. Does anyone know where this is? If it doesn't exist, is there another way of accomplishing this with perhaps a registry setting? Thanks.
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To configure Protected Mode, by using Group Policy

An administrator will be able to configure Protected Mode, by using Group Policy and the URLACTION_LOWRIGHTS (0x00002500)URL Action registry key. For more information, see Introduction to URL Security Zones.

Maybe you'd need to turn off notifications for all users through the  UAC
check the group policy settings under computer configuration or User configuration>Administrative Templates>Windows Components>Internet Explorer>Internet Control Panel>Security Page
Each Zone has a setting for Protected Mode.

see if this helps
Customize the Notification Area in Windows 7 Using Local Group Policy
or lower the security
How to change the Internet Zone security level from High to Medium-Low in Windows Server 2008

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