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donL, So I was curious enough about this one to research it out. I don't have a 2003 server environment to test on, so it was up to "Google Fu" to check into this. Turns out it is a "bug" in the GUI. The policy you applied did work correctly, it just doesn't show up correctly in IE's GUI on the client. Stupid, yes...but true. Here's an example accepted ...
Stop punishing your users by keeping them on ancient versions of IE. =) Your salvation (assuming your machines are Windows 7 or later) is in IE 11 and it's called Enterprise Mode. From the page: Enterprise Mode, a compatibility mode that runs on Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.1 Update and Windows 7 devices, lets websites render using a modified ...
Would it not work just disabling the connections page in IE GPMC > Computer Config > Admin Templates > Windows Components > Internet Control Panel > Disable the connections page This would stop the users getting to the proxy settings.
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