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I'm having an issue where the RUN ONCE page appears, within internet explorer 9, for every new profile that is loaded onto new computers on the network.  Is there a way to treak this setting and have it point to a particular website everytime a new profile is loaded?  If so, how?  This is within an XP environment.
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AFAIK, IE9 does not work with Windows XP! Are you sure if you are using Windows XP?
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Sorry,

I'ts on IE7.
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Then you can customize the Default Profile. Create an account and customize the profile including your IE settings. Then right click on My Computer- Properties-Advanced System Settings-User Profiles and find the profile that you recently customized and hit the Copy to button and select the Default Profile and continue.
From now on the new account created and logged in will use the customized profile whihc includes customized IE 7 settings and they will not be asked Run once.
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