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IE7 GPO Windows Vista problem

By Spector ·
Hi
I have made some configurations for ie7 with GPO - user configuration, and when i log in as the user that the gpo should apply to I get several questions if I should accept to run rundll32, side tool bar, exe-files for our anti virus program and other windows files etc.

The user has standard rights.
Vista bussiness sp1.
The GPO work though but why all these questions for these "start up" files?

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This is the new way in Vista that is all.

At least it is better to know what the system is asking then to not know what is going on.
Once done it should not ask any more.

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The questions remains

by Spector In reply to This is the new way in Vi ...

Thanks for the answere. But the questions keeps comeing back every time i log on.

I've discovered that it does the same thing on win XP, and there's no place where I can click in a box to allways accept the process.

Maybe I should delete the GPO and make a new and just do some little changes at time to see if there is something I activate that makes the problem occure.

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Go into the UAC (User account comtrol). More here....

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc7096**.aspx

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Not the UAC

by Spector In reply to Go into the UAC (User acc ...

I've looked at the UAC and I have disable it earlier, and its not the UAC that ask for allow/deny, it is Windows (don't know what to call the window that comes up).
And the questions is popping up on win XP computers as well when I connect the GPO too them.

The window that pops up is the one that pops up when you run an exe file. For example like a program you've downloaded, you'll get a question if you would like allow the program to run when you opens it.

I'll guess it's easier to make an new GPO and activate stuff step by step to see what cause the problem. Thanks any way.

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Are you sure it is not your Anti-virus software..

It might be your anti-virus software that is doing the pop-ups. This is only a safety thing in your anti-virus come firewall software.
When things like that pop up i read them and see what kind of program they are attached to, if they are ok then i accept them. So your best bet is to read the pop up window and see which program is triggering the pop up.

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Have you set your

by Jacky Howe In reply to IE7 GPO Windows Vista pro ...

GPO per Machine for IE7.
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