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IE message on a Windows 2012 RDS server - Protected mode is turn-off for the local intranet zone

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Hi,

When I launch IE from a Windows 2012 RDS server, I am seeing this message "Protected mode is turn-off for the local intranet zone". Click either "Dont show this message again" or "Turn on Protected mode".

I then enable enhance protected mode in a group policy: User Configuration/Windows Components/Internet Explorer/Internet Control Panel/Advanced Page.

After that, when I launch IE again, I still see that message.  

Please advise how I could Turn on Protect mode for Local Intranet Zone and when a user login to the server and when launching IE, he will not see that message at the bottom.  

Thanks,

Ed
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Set up your GPO to deploy a Registry change that creates a new DWORD value as follows:
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
NoProtectedModeBanner
Decimal value of 1

see for more: http://jjstellato.blogspot.com/2011/09/disable-protected-mode-and-protected.html
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I have setup the attached but still see the message.
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The action needs to be "Create" because the registry entry doesn't exist.
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acbrown2010,

If protected mode is turned on, I should not see the pop-up again, right?

If yes, I'd like to turn on protect mode.  

Do you see anything missing in the steps I have performed?
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