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I've just installed IE9 on my workstations and Server in our network. According to technet article

There is a GPO setting for IE9 called

"Configure Tracking Protection Lists" located at Windows Components\Internet Explorer\Privacy in the admistrative templates.

I can find all the other IE9 settings in the GPO, but I cannot find this one. Does anyone know if there is an updated template, or if this setting was removed from the RC version of IE9?

Thanks, Daniel

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Are you editing the GPO with a machine that has IE9 installed? The administrative templates are loaded from the machine editing, which affects which settings you have available.

No idea on the status that specific setting, though.

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Yes I am. I can see all the other IE9 related settings, but for whatever reason this one is not there. – Daniel B Mar 21 '11 at 19:42
It seems you're correct about the setting not being available anymore: This guy also shows that just that one and 2 others are MIA:… – Hyppy Mar 21 '11 at 19:45
Thanks for the link. I guess I'll see if I can do it via Group Preferences. That should be fun, NOT. – Daniel B Mar 21 '11 at 20:12

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