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Add site in Local Intranet via GPO

Add site in Local Intranet via GPO

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Old 23rd June 2009, 16:04
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Default Add site in Local Intranet via GPO

Hi everyone !

I need to add trusted sites in Local Intranet Tab via GPO. So, it is working via GPO for Windows XP SP2, but doesnt work with SP3.

Anybody know how to fix it ?

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Old 23rd June 2009, 16:26
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Default Re: Add site in Local Intranet via GPO

Hi,

How did you configure the policy exactly?
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Old 23rd June 2009, 16:41
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From a Windows XP machine with GPMC.msc

User configurarion > Windows Settings > IE Maintenance > Security > Security Zones and Content Ratings > Import the current security zones and privacy settings

So, Imported the settings from my windows XP that I have already added in Local intranet > Advanced > Websites > *.domain.com and domain.com
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You could use the following settings:
User Config - Admin Templates - Windows Components - Internet Control Panel - Security Page
Policy: Site to Zone Assignment List
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humm, I have enabled it and I will check if it works tomorrow

I let you know

many thanks friend !
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From a Windows XP machine with GPMC.msc

User configurarion > Windows Settings > IE Maintenance > Security > Security Zones and Content Ratings > Import the current security zones and privacy settings

So, Imported the settings from my windows XP that I have already added in Local intranet > Advanced > Websites > *.domain.com and domain.com
The IE Maintenance policy (registered as NoGPOListChanges=1) will be re-applied on the computers only if Group Policy Objects have been changed. However, it seems that not always some changes made to the existing IEM policy are being noticed and therefore the policy will not be updated on the computers unless you would force a gpupdate.
A workaround is to enable the following administrative template policy for all computers that you wish to enforce IE maintenance policy against:
Computer Configuration / Administrative Templates / System / Group Policy -> Enable "Maintenance Policy Processing" => Process even if the Group Policy Objects have not changed.

However, IMO the solution provided by L4ndy probably would be best one for your case.


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