Trusted sites login script

Posted on 2013-10-01
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Last Modified: 2013-10-02
On our domain I am pushing out a command registry login script which places trusted sites into IE10. I have done this by adding the trusted domains on a client machine and then exporting the registry file (zone map) from that machine.
Then created a cmd file in the appropriate sysvol policy container where I have added the reg file too.
I added some internal ip addresses to trusted sites but they have not appeared in any of the client machine IE10 trusted sites list.

How would I get the ip addresses to be added?
Question by:paulmac110
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Sumit Gupta earned 2000 total points
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Thanks for that, good resource. I was also looking at VBS scripts, would I run a VBS script from the same sysvol folder?

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by:Sumit Gupta
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Yes you can run from that folder.

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