Group Policy - Google !

Windows 2008 and XP clients. Group Policy is set up to point to the homepage and 'prevent performance of first run........' However, when clients logon, although the homepage appears ok, the google toolbar runs first asking 'set google as my homepage'. Is there anyway to disable this without having to remove google toolbar?
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edit a GPO in the GPMC, and see the policy settings for Internet Explorer located under:

Computer Configuration

   + Administrative Templates

      + Windows Components

         + Internet Explorer

User Configuration

   + Administrative Templates

      + Windows Components

         + Internet Explorer
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discoveranotherAuthor Commented:
This isn't quite what i'm after,  I'd like to know if there is an option within gpo to disable 'set google as my homepage' when first opening IE ?
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ajwukTechnical Consultant / Project ManagerCommented:
Not through group policy as it's a Google product causing the pop up request. Do the users need the Google toolbar?
There may be a registry key you can deploy via logon scripts though, I'll have a look.
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