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- Fri, Jun 28 2013 at 7:37 am #14392
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.
- Fri, Jun 28 2013 at 4:59 am #14390
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.
- Wed, Jun 26 2013 at 5:46 pm #14353
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.
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.