Single Server Windows 2102 R2 Domain running RDS setting user Internet Explorer settings

I have a single server Windows 2012 R2 Domain with RDS and QuickBooks Enterprise 14 installed.  The problem is that when users logon they get an error message regarding Internet Explorer settings requiring changing in order to run the software completely.

I have tried various changes in the Default Domain Controller GPO to make this work, but am not having any success.
Chip SmithAsked:
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Two things,
Do you mean they get the message at login time? Or after when they click something.

To run which software completely?
Chip SmithAuthor Commented:
When starting QuickBooks Enterprise 14, a message from QuickBooks warning that the Internet settings are too restrictive and functionality of the software could be adversely impacted.  An option to Fix the issue is provided, however, the user cannot change the security settings within Internet Explorer.  I hope this is descriptive enough.
Joseph NyaemaIT ConsultantCommented:
Login as an administrator
Open Server Manager
Click Local Server
Then click on IE Enhanced Configuration setting
Turn it off for users and optionally for administrators
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Chip SmithAuthor Commented:
I have already done this.
please go to server gpo console, select the user for checking about group policy result, and make sure you have this setting or similar as a result. you can also check the propper seting for IE according to your QB version.

Chip SmithAuthor Commented:
I have already done this as well.

Perhaps if you could tell me what I am missing on setting up the GPO to allow a user to change their own Internet security settings?
ok its about the result of the user, you must specify the user and review the policy since even if you change or make one on your own there is a chance of heritage from other gpo. once you get the result compare that to the policy necesary (specified) by QB. if it is well configured then make sure you dont have a Security software like Antivirus blocking this policy. Remember you have to restart the workstation at least 2 or 3 times depending on gpo for changes to take effect.


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