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We are running IE 9 across the board. We have a few websites that need to be displayed in compatibility mode, however my users can now do this themselves.  Is there a way I can setup certain websites in Compatibility via GPO?
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We use Group Policy preferences to add websites in compatibility via GPO.
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Actually I found it.  But thanks what you do is in user Windows Compnents there's compatibility view.  In there there's Use Policy List of Internet Explorer 7 Sites in there you can add sites for compatibility view.
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In there there's Use Policy List of Internet Explorer 7 Sites in there you can add sites for compatibility view.
Yes. As you see you will need at least IE 8
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Yes that's what I did. thanks.
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But remember Group Policy preferences (GPP) is much easier :-)
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They are but I have this in place already so might as well just use it.
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ok have a nice day
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