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Setting "Check for newer versions of stored pages" in Ie to "Every time I visit the webpage" in GP

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How can I set "Check for newer versions of stored pages" in Ie to "Every time I visit the webpage" in GP?
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This can be done from Group Policy Preferences.
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ok, i will check this out in the morning.  Thanks
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Looking under GP on DC I cannot find the location shown on that post.  My DC is 2008 Datacenter.
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Have you downloaded the latest IE administrative templates and imported then into the central store?
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No, i guess that would be why i do not see it?  I am not an expert in dealing with this so any pointers on doing this would be welcome.
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Got it Offline.  Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
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