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Globally changing trust centre settings - Ecel

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I have about 50 users logging onto a Server 2008 terminal server with their individual log ins to access an Excel spread sheet that is customised for their use. This spread sheet contains Macros/VBA.

I know that I can get then to change the trust centre settings to Enable all Macros, but is there a way that I can change this setting globally on this server.

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You'll need to configure Group Policy to push this setting out to all users. The process for this specific setting is described here:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/vi-VN/winserverGP/thread/0df06abf-57e5-4e42-8669-35123cebfebf
And for a more general overview of Group Policy, try this one:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb742376.aspx

Is this in a domain environment, or is it an isolated terminal server using local user accounts?
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