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Group Policies With Zenworks

Group Policies With Zenworks

Group Policies With Zenworks

(OP)
Hi Everyone.

This may not be a Zenworks question per say.  I am using Zenworks to manage the group policies on our Windows 2000 desktops.  I recently had to make an addition to the Internet Explorer 5.5 Proxy Exception list and ran into difficulties.  It seemed that when I made the changes to the exception list through Console One I am limited to 259 characters but if I manually change the exception list I do not seem to run into this issue.  This would make me assume that the limitation is on the Group Policy and not on the Internet Explorer exception list.  Does anyone have any input on this or can point me in the right direction to verify this?

Thanks

RE: Group Policies With Zenworks

(OP)
Thanks for the help.

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