After a recent Windows Update that contained an IE11 update, our hundreds of public-use PCs (Windows 7 64bit) are showing this pop up when IE is launched. 

Here is more information about this feature. Has anyone found a registry change or other fix to kill this annoying pop up?

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More information found here:

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/eacc3b33-c045-4335-815e-5603a218cabb/set-homepage-and-default-search-scope-in-an-environment-with-dynamic-local-user-profiles?forum=ieitprocurrentver

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie11-windows_7/choose-your-homepage-and-search-settings/2966bcb3-3ddb-4a26-8c51-07b5aa40e4ef?page=1

TL;DR: People are not happy; cannot fix any other way but manually clicking the darned box; uninstalling the patch that causes this  (KB3148198)  helps temporarily, but a subsequent patch will make the dialog box reappear. 

Microsoft REALLY did not think of anyone but the home user with this update. 
Answered 05/16/2016 by: agibbons
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