Troubleshooting Microsoft Group Policy Site to Zone Mapping Using Microsoft PowerShell
One of the nice things about being an independent consultant is the new stuff learned while on projects. I learned some new information about Site to Zone Mapping I wanted to share with you.
[Testing updates are at the bottom of the article. Article last update 10-Mar-2016.]
A project I worked on recently had users complaining about how long it took to logon and launch their published applications. As is my practice, the first thing I start doing is looking in the event logs. One of this issues I found was this mysterious message in the System event log:
Windows failed to apply the Internet Explorer Zonemapping settings
OK, what group policy did this come from? Is this really a problem? Was this slowing down the logon or application launch?
I did a quick PowerShell script to gather all the 1085 EventIDs from the System event log from their hundreds of XenApp 6.5 servers. What I found was there were many hundreds of these events every…
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via Carl Webster