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By Jamie Schnabel ·
I have a 2003 domain. Is there a way in active directories group policy to set all IE browsers to empty there temporary internet files upon exit. I just don't want the hassle of going to every machine and changing this setting. I also don't see this setting in the IEM section of group policy.

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by Jamie Schnabel In reply to Temporary internet files

Point value changed by question poster.

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by montelski In reply to Temporary internet files

Go to your client computer GPO. Look in the administrator templates, windows components, internet control panel, advance tab.
You can enable the gpo there.

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Just a clarifiaction.I meant the clent GPO on your server not each machine.

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by audaddy In reply to Temporary internet files

In the console tree, expand the GPO, expand User Configuration, and then expand Windows Settings. Right-click Internet Explorer Maintenance, and then click Preference Mode. If you got a message stating that you cannot switch modes because there are settings currenlty stored in this GPO. You must either create a new GPO, or choose the Reset Brower Settings option first. click OK on the message, Right-click Interent Explorer Maintenance again, and then click Reset Browser Settings. This will only reset the settings that you defined under the Internet Explorer Maintenance folder but the other settings will remain untouched.
Click Advanced folder appears under Internet Explorer Maintenance in the console tree.

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by Jamie Schnabel In reply to

this does not allow for emptying the cache just allows you to change the size.

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by Jamie Schnabel In reply to Temporary internet files

I tried those settings. There is no advanced options.

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