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Configure only one Search Engine (google) for the Users on RDS

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Hello everybody

We have a Windows 2012 R2 RDS Server, this server is also a DC. The users are working on the server with IE11. We want to use only one search engine (Google) in IE 11. The goal is to apply this rule to all users by a gpo. In the earlier versions of Internet Explorer there were a few solutions but at this moment we didn’t found a way to configure this for IE 11.

Do you have any input?
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by:Ryan Mangan
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Hi have a look at the following article:

http://blogofanitadmin.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05/group-policy-changing-default-search.html

Best regards,

Ryan
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Hi Ryan

thanks for you post. The link that you shared is explaining the GPO setting for IE 7,8 and 9. I need the setting for IE 11.

Best regards
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we don't need this feature for the moment
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we don't need this feature for the moment
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