GPO settings for IE10

I am new to kace and gpo's.  We have all new staff and I have been tasked to learn kace and other admin tasks.  I have created a label to push IE10 out and works.  My problem is making setting changes that I cannot find regarding using a gpo or kace feature to make these changes.  We are upgrading from IE8 and the settings do not seem to carry over.  We would have to manually make these changes on 100+ machines as our clients are not capable of doing this on their own.  Maybe this cannot be accomplished at all with kace or gpo's.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Compatibility view for a particular site.

General> Tabs> when a popup is encountered, always open popup in a new window and, open links from other programs in a new window.

Turn off popup blocker.

Advanced Tab> uncheck Accelerated graphics.

Trusted sites> add specific site.

Maybe a custom IE10 install would be easier if even possible??

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  • Maybe it would be easier to create a custom IE10 install if that's even possible?? - wessdf 9 years ago

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Posted by: jfrank 9 years ago
Blue Belt
Makes the most sense to me to use a GPO for these setting changes.

Here's a link for the Technet article on it: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj891001.aspx


  • Thanks Jake, now to learn GPO's. - wessdf 9 years ago
    • It's definitely daunting, but the best way, really, is to dive into it and see how it works. I know the technet stuff can seem pretty dry, but this helped me when I was first getting into it: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh147307%28v=ws.10%29.aspx.

      Good luck! - jfrank 9 years ago
      • Thanx, ill check it out. - wessdf 9 years ago
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