Thursday, July 15, 2010 1:08 PM
I've seen some similar topics on this, but nothing answering my question so apologies if it has been answered somewhere else.
I have users running Windows XP SP3 + IE8. I am defining home page settings via group policy. One of our managers wants his department to have two homepages open up when the users open IE8. I define this by going to the following settings:
User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer > Disable changing home page settings > Homepage 1
User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer > Disable changing secondary home page settings > Homepage 2
After applying this GPO, Homepage 1 loads up just fine whenever I start IE8 on one of the target machines. Homepage 2 however is not opening up when the browser is opened. However, if I click the Home button once inside IE8 it will open both homepages just fine.
How can I get both of them to come up at browser start?
Friday, July 16, 2010 5:23 AMModeratorHello Brandons25,
In order to help you resolve the issue, please check the following thread. (Reference to Bruce-Liu suggestion)
GPO for multiple homepage
Please make sure a setting with a solid green underline or a green circle is enabled, you can enable these settings within a preference item by pressing F6 keys. The preference extension applies this setting's value to the user or computer, as shown in the following image.
How to enable and Disable Settings in a Preference Item
If GP Preferences is not applying on some clients, please refer to:
Group Policy Preferences Not Applying on Some Clients: Client-Side Extension, XMLLite
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