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GPO to configure user authentication for 'Trusted sites' and  Configure website navigation in 'Trusted sites'*.

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Hi

We use windows 2012 domain controllers and windows 7 .Please see the link below , I am trying to setup network for desktop single sign-on .
https://esi.swgfl.org.uk/Support/TechnicalArticle.asp?cref=TEC4668878&Referrer=Portal&nav=0

I have setup a GPO called "Single Sign On"   and have completed step  4 by editing:
Single Sign on GPO-Computer Configuration --- Administrative Tools --- Windows Components --- Internet Explorer --- Internet Control Panel --- Security Page and then double click to the "Site to zone assignment list".

Enable it, click Show, add website as value name ( https://*.rmunify.com*) and  2 as value.

2. Trusted Sites zone


I am not sure  to configure the GPO for  Step 5 and 6. Any help would be really great , thanks in advance.

Step 5 -Configure user authentication for 'Trusted sites' *.
Step 6- Configure website navigation in 'Trusted sites'*.
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This article will provide you with guidance for Step 5:

http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/microsoft-active-directory-apple-open-directory/how-to-use-a-windows-active-directory-group-policy-object-gpo-to-logon-and-logout-users-automatically-from-kerio-control-917.html

Look in the remediation section of this article for where to look for both the GPO and registry solutions for Step 6:

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd565663(v=vs.85).aspx

Let us know if you need any assistance getting the GPOs set up.
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The options in web page you are following are pretty straight forward.

Since you are using 2012 DCs, place one new GPO on OU containing users and edit GPO and navigate to User configuration\Preferences\Control Panel Settings and right click internet settings and click new\Internet explorer 10

It will open up same page as shown in blog, then configure settings as directed in blog and that's all

If you are using IE 11, IE 10 settings will apply to IE 11 as well

If you are using IE 8 and 9, create preferences for that

After settings done, just ask users to logoff OR run gpupdate /force for quicker results or during next GPO refresh cycle those settings will get applied on users

just ensure that whatever settings you done, it should show green there, if its showing red, settings will not apply

This method is simple than playing with registry and logon scripts

Mahesh.
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