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Posted on 2014-10-02
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I need to edit a IE domain gpo on the default domain policy and cannot.
The first servers were 2003 and now 2008.
I found the \\FQDN\Sysvol\FQDN\Policies\<GPOGUID>\User\Microsoft\IEAK\install.ins
I want to edit that line:  Quick_Link_2=https://exc-ca/owa
But the file dont want to save or replace.... (not enough right)
Any idea ?
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Question by:rmailloux
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by:Joshua Grantom
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you need to edit gpo through the Group Policy Management, trying to edit the files manually is a bad idea.

Find the name of the GPO using the below suggestions
http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/216359

If you have an XP machine or a server 2003 around, you can install the Remote Server Administration Tools and edit older policies just fine.
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rmailloux earned 0 total points
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Hi Joshua,

We dont have any 2003 server and i found that a corrupted policy file was the problem.
I resolved it by editing it.
Tks a lot.
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by:rmailloux
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I resolved it by editing it.
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