Disable Automatically detect settins by GPO

We need to uncheck from IE in Internet Options, Connections, LAN settings, Automatically detect settings. One suggestion from Google search is to change from GPO in User Configuration, Policies, Windows Settings, Internet Explorer....
However, there is not Internet Explorer in our environment. Is there anything we should install?
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There are admx templates you could add to your DC to have the registry settings the browser you do use.
Presumably the browser in use auto detect is what you want to alter, though not sure why, if you do not have your internal DNS/DHCP/web setup to publish settings, why is this a concern?
prashant06Author Commented:
Where can I find that admx template?
Search for admx for the browser you use.  You did not disclose the browse, so can not answer.  I think chrome and Firefox have had admx templates.
Several browsers have the setting to derive their settings based on the IE control panel.

Depending on the browser, you might find a guide to manage its settings.

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