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Disable GPO Settings for a website for two users

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Hi

I want to configure an existing GPO to permanent disable the compatibility mode for a particular website for user A and User B only.

Is that possible?

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Question by:Mustafa Osman
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I think you can go here:  (user or computer) Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Internet Explorer/Compatibility View

There should be a few options there. I don't think you can disable it for specific websites, only for IE as a whole, but you can apply it to just those two users via filters.
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Thank you

What do you mean via filters pls?
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If you open the GP object you're working on and click on the "Scope" tab (there is Scope, Details, Settings and Delegation) you should be able to apply it to certain users under the Security Filtering section. Just add those two users.

Be sure to still link it to the appropriate container in AD still though.
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