Group Policy to set trusted sites




I have a developer who has created some pivot tables which expect the below
changes to be made on each machine that access it.

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
Click on the Security tab, click the Trusted sites icon, then click Sites.
Make sure the Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this
zone box is unchecked.
In the Add this Web site to the zone box, type,
then click Add.
Click OK, then OK again to exit.

This could be a pain for over 500 machines.

Can Group Policy be used for this?



Tim Springston [MS]

Group policy can be used to set the Trusted Sites. You would need to set
this in a GPO which is linked to a container the user resides in and the
user(s) should have Read and Apply Group Policy Allow permissions to the

When editing the policy to add the setting(s), the setting can be found at
User Configuration->Windows Settings->Internet Explorer
Maintenance->Security. The setting itself is Security Zones and Content

Please repost if you have this does not answer your question accurately.

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