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    Windows 7\IE 10 HTML Editor

    Trying to create a new policy setting via group policy preferences for IE 10 on our Windows 7 devices.

    I have installed a W8 machine for management and installed the templates as required.

    My query comes when trying to Select Microsoft Word as the Html editor. The only option I appear to have in Notepad. The W8 machine has office installed, and if I manually go through IE and try to select a html editor, then Word is one of the options.

    Am I missing something obvious? how do I populate the html editor drop down box for the policy?

    Also, is there any reason a number of the other settings are greyed out? such as Internet programs and File associations etc. Is this because this GPP gui is not fully functional and some setting cannot be set via this?

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    Nobody? or are we all equally stuck for the answer? lol

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