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how can i modify the trusted sites on IE 10 and IE 11 machines via GPO?

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can someone provide an easy way I can add an entry into trusted sites for machines running ie 10 and ie 11?
this used to be via IE maintenance in GPO, but that is gone now, we have users with ie 10 and 11 in the enterprise.

pls advise how I can do this.

I also need to be able to add "automatic login with current username / pwd" in the zone settings.

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Felix Leven earned 500 total points
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Add IE 10 to your GPMC:
http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2013/03/how-to-implement-internet-explorer-10-group-policy-with-windows-7/

How to add trusted Sites:
Go to User Configuration, Policies, Administrative Templates, Windows Components, Internet Explorer, Internet Control Panel, Security Page, enable site to zone assignment list and add the network drive or unc path with with value 1
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by:siber1
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thx. but that greys out the entire section for the users.

I think there is a way to do it via registry so it doesn't grey it out
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I think this might work better, testing now
http://blog.thesysadmins.co.uk/category/group-policy
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FYI.
If a setting/settings are greyed out when you go directly to the application that is a good indication that there is a GPO that has control of the settings.

You are seeing it first hand with the IE Trusted sites.
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yes, but not necessarily a good thing in this case.

btw, this worked perfectly:
http://blog.thesysadmins.co.uk/category/group-policy 

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