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How to remove trusted sites

For removing the trusted site form the Internet explorer, you need to mapping and you can do this from the legacy Internet Explorer Maintenance section of group policy. In Windows 8, 8.1 and 10, this thing is already removed. Unfortunately, it means that you can no longer configured the Internet Explorer Site to Zone mapping via native group policy setting without still letting the user to modify the URL list. Here you will learn how to modify IE Site to Zone from the Group Policy to organize the IE Zone via group policy.
However, it is somewhat complex as the URL which is in the Site to Zone mapping is really stored as the title of the key. Finally, the protocol is the registry value with a number that allocates it to the conforming zone. In the example, we use we will first look at the at present site that the users have format in the reliable site list such as www.microsoft.com or www.bing.com. By means of you can see under the zone is store at HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Domains then the domain is stored as a key “Microsoft.com” then “www”. Within the “www” key the protocol (http and/or https) is the value name with the value represents what zone it should be a member. From the site http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2012/07/how-to-configuring-ie-site-zone-mapping-using-group-policy-without-locking-out-the-user/, you can know more.