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hey there i work at a school as an it technition basically i want to have google as my home page not the school website i set this all the time, but the logon script sets it back to the school any1 know any solutions it is part of a domain and i cant set it in group policies simply because the account has multiple users, any ideas?
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type "google.com"...not that hard :tazz:

is it that you want to have a quick loading page for the homepage, or you use google a ton?

If the second one add a quicklaunch...anything else would be doing what the school doesn't want you to.
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lol not really i needit there really as i am so active on google but thanks for the response and im aloud to use it in anyway on my laptop lol.
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so ur laptop has this problem???

Rephrase the question :tazz:
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no my laptop doesnt its a logon script that does it but i mainly use my laptop so thats what i am mainly wantin to do it on.
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