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    Re: Deploying IE7

    Quote Originally Posted by chrbb
    but how do you prevent every user from having to go through the introduction page when they first use it?
    To stop the run once page you need to add a couple of registry entries:

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\RunOnceHasShown] as a value of 1

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\RunOnceComplete] as a value of 1

    EDIT: sorry forgot to add that you add these a DWORD

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    Re: Deploying IE7

    My WSUS hasn't synchronised successfully for a couple of days. No doubt it'll succeed eventually. Still waiting to see if IE7 reappears after making the changes in options.

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    Re: Deploying IE7

    Quote Originally Posted by DSapseid
    Quote Originally Posted by chrbb
    but how do you prevent every user from having to go through the introduction page when they first use it?
    To stop the run once page you need to add a couple of registry entries:

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\RunOnceHasShown] as a value of 1

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\RunOnceComplete] as a value of 1

    EDIT: sorry forgot to add that you add these a DWORD
    This can be stoped via GPO

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    Re: Deploying IE7

    In the GP Editor, open "User Configuration" then "Administrative Templates", then "Windows Components", then "Internet Explorer".

    On the right-window, set the following:

    Turn off managing Phishing filter
    Enabled (Automatic)

    Prevent participation in Customer Experience Improvement Program
    Enabled

    Prevent Performance of First Run Customise settings
    Enabled (Go Directly to Home Page)

    Hope that helps. [ These are the setting I have set for our users ]

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    Re: Deploying IE7

    thanks just what i needed

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    Re: Deploying IE7

    Thanks mattx, just what I was looking for.

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    Re: Deploying IE7

    No problem.

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