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Google Chrome installed on terminal server

Posted on 2013-01-17
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During a java update, google chrome was Accidently installed on our terminal server. We have uninstalled it, however, this caused links in outlook to not work anymore. I have been having users run a script that sets IE back to the default browser and fixes the issue, however the issue keeps returning every few weeks. Is there a known fix to this issue?

OS: Windows Server 2008 R2
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Check to make sure all remnants of chrome have been removed, such as the google updater, and check your scheduled tasks as there is often a task that runs frequently to check/update chrome.
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