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Old 01-18-2012, 08:47 AM   #1
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Small Business Server 2003 - change the home page for IE


We've got a number of learner computers which load their profile/settings from a server (Small Business Server 2003). A person who set up the office no longer works here. I'm trying to change the homepage for the 'learner' account. If I do it on the machines themselves the settings get overwritten by the server each time your reboot the machine. I've logged in to the server control panel, but can't find this setting. I don't want to mess with it (and start any configuration wizards as I don't know anything about SBS 2003 and don't want to mess it up - the systems have been running smoothly)

Any idea where this setting can be?

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