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GPO-added favorites do not display in Favorites Bar

Posted on 2013-11-21
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I've added some URLs via GPO and they show fine under Favorites menu in IE. However, they don't show in Favorites Bar when it's enabled. Only way I found was to copy the links into Favorits\Favorites Bar folder but it's definitely not an option. Is what I see is by design and nothing I can do? Thanks.
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Zac Harris earned 500 total points
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Hi there

This link may help you out....IEAK

HTH
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Thanks.
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I was looking for GPO-based solution, therefore "C".
The answer is: placing Favorite URL under Link section in GPO will add it to the Bar.
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