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      Terence Lau
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      At the moment, a user policy is an option we’re considering.  But I wanted to put it out there and maybe someone would have an update about this bug, considering the testing by Aaron in the link I added was over a year ago.  But thanks for your input, much appreciated.

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      Terence Lau
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      That’s right Michael, its just for admins to access intranet sites. We’ve rolled out the same policy to clients and also wanted to do the same for servers.  Then I stumbled upon the ESC bug when running a powershell script (invoke-webrequest).

      Turning off ESC may not be an option in our environment.

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      Terence Lau
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      Yes, policy was applied.  Checked using gpresult plus if we open IE > Options > Security > Local Intranet > Sites, its greyed out as expected so you can’t manually add sites to it.  Strange thing is it also doesn’t list the sites added by the policy.

      According to:

      http://blogs.technet.com/b/fdcc/archive/2011/09/22/internet-explorer-s-explicit-security-zone-mappings.aspx

      His testing indicates that there is a bug that results in all URLs being treated as “Internet” zone when both ESC <i>and</i> a Computer or User Site-To-Zone-Assignment list are enabled.

      That’s my experience so far as well.  I’ve googled other blogs/forums etc and it seems their workaround is to disable ESC.   Thanks.

       

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