Hi All,

We have to upgrade in our client environment from IE6 to IE7. We have just imported the registry changes from IE6 to IE7 as they want all the favorites and home pages as same as IE6.
The problem we are facing now is the client want their home intranet site as the default home page which was the setting in IE6.But after the first time IE7 launching it is directing to microsoft site, which is not we want to achieve. Only after second launch does it goes to the client home site. We want after the first time launch of the IE7 after installation to direct to the client home page.
Can anyone suggest how we can achieve this?
The registry key imported to disable the default homepage from microsoft to the client home page:

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]
"RunOnceComplete"=dword:00000001
"RunOnceHasShown"=dword:00000001

[HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main]
"RunOnceComplete"=dword:00000001
"RunOnceHasShown"=dword:00000001

Thank you in advance.
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If the default homepage should always be the intranet, this could easily be achieved using Group Policy (or whatever the equivalent technology is in the environment). You might be able to also disable the "go to the Microsoft website on first launch" via Group Policy. Otherwise, you should look at the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK) to customise your Internet Explorer package if you haven't already.
Answered 08/17/2009 by: fault
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We dont it want it to be done thru GP as client does not want anything to be changed from GP, whatever has to be achieved it should be thru the package is there any way???
Answered 08/17/2009 by: bubble_buzz21
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Did you check out the IEAK? :) If you can't achieve what you want from there, then we can trawl the registry! :P
Answered 08/17/2009 by: fault
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You can definitely do this with IEAK.
Answered 08/17/2009 by: turbokitty
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