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How do I PERMANENTLY set FireFox and Chrome homepages.

How do I PERMANENTLY set FireFox and Chrome homepages.

How do I PERMANENTLY set FireFox and Chrome homepages.

jdeane posted on 27 July 2011 a similar question; however, his/hers was more on the IE side of things. I've got IE locked down like a chastity belt!

I work for a Library, and am still in school. I'm a bit ahead of my class in that I'm in "Server 2003" at school, and two weeks before that course started I setup two new DC's with Server 2008, and started migration's to them.

THE MAIN QUESTION! Is there a way (and I know for an earlier version of FireFox in 2005 it's possible) I can PERMANENTLY set the FireFox and Chrome home pages to my Library's home page. I have everything almost iron clad tight on the Public Access machines to where they cannot change anything. FireFox and Chrome are the only remaining items of which I'm unaware of how to control! Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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