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Can someone help me find the setting to change in GPO for below item to be unchecked:

Internet Options\Advanced Tab\Security Settings—“Do not save encrypted pages to disk” needs to be UNCHECKED.
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the GPO was under:
 
User Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\ Internet Explorer\Internet Control Panel\Security Pages\Advanced Page\Do not save encrypted pages to disk

Users are not allowed to save files to the disk
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