IE 6.03.790 will not open yahoo or google with terminal services

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  1. We have server 2003 running and are using terminal services.

    If I login to the terminal services server as an administrator and launch
    Internet explorer, I can view any web site including www.yahoo.com and
    www.google.com. However, if I login as a domain user, I can open most sites
    but, I can not open www.yahoo.com or www.google.com.

    I tried downloading 6. service pack 1 but, received a message that I already
    have a newer version installed.

    Since I can view any site as admin, DNS is working and I have access to the
    internet.
    I have already added both as a trusted site
    I have already changed the trusted site to low security
    I already used "Add/Remove" Programs to un-install IE Enhanced Security

    Any Ideas?

    thanks
    Steve
     
    =?Utf-8?B?c3RldmVAbWNtaWxsYW5pbmMuY29t?=, Dec 21, 2004
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  2. =?Utf-8?B?c3RldmVAbWNtaWxsYW5pbmMuY29t?=

    Richard M. Guest

    Hi,

    "" :
    What do you get as error message ? Does it looks like "Enhanced Security"
    error message ?
    I guess that there is a problem regarding EnhSec and the construction of the
    "default user" profile.
    I wonder if the trouble as to do with the "EnhSec" being enable while you
    construct the default profile.
    Something get "tatooed" in the users profile later made from that profile
    template.
    Please try the following : open the user registry showing the problem.
    Browse to HKCU\software\ms\internet explorer and delete it. (You may want to
    export it to a file before !!!)
    It is rather a radical cure :).
    Launch IE. You certainly will have to redefine the proxy settings, etc.
    But for me, it cured the problem !

    --Richard.

    PS : You should have posted into a TS or into a IE6 newsgroup.
     
    Richard M., Dec 29, 2004
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