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Topic # 68560 24-Sep-2010 17:38
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Hello my fellow Geekzoners…

My company is a predominantly Windows environment.

One of the many programs we use runs via Internet Explorer (SaaS) and it requires pop-up blockers to be disabled (pop-up enabled).

I’m trying to set up a Group Policy to disable pop-up – I have tried logging onto each workstation as administrator and disabling it but it keeps reverts back to the original setting.

I’ve also tried everything listed here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/843016 but still no avail. The settings keeps reverting back to original…

Any suggestions please? Thanking you in anticipation…


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  Reply # 384130 24-Sep-2010 18:44
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probably need to download the IEAK internet explorer administration kit. should have instructions.

also be aware that there are a bunch of popup blockers that run independantly to IE. e.g. antivirus software, google and yahoo toolbars etc




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  Reply # 384134 24-Sep-2010 19:05
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Hi Regs thanks for the reply.

I've checked and there isn't any 3rd party software interfering with pop-ups.. its just that everytime I change the settings it reverts back to its original setting.

Will give IEAK a go thanks :)

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