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creating a group policy that starts website at logon

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I would like to create a GPO that starts a web-application at startup so when the user logons on to their machine, they must use the web application prior to other applications.  I am familiar with GPO with .exe at startup, but not with http:// program.
any help is appreciated.
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User Configuration\Admin Templates\System\Logon\Run these Programs at logon.
Then put iexplore.exe -k whatever url you want to open.

this will open in kiosk mode where it doesnt show any toolbars or status bars.

Once the user does whatever you want them to do, you need to create a JavaScript close button so it will let them exit the full-screen page..
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