The necessity for pushing out Trusted Sites arose out of our moving to Office365 for the Office Suite including Outlook and Exchange.
Microsoft had a long list of sites for that zone.
Step 2 was going into the Regedit.exe and finding the key for Trust Sites.
It is found by going to:
And exporting them to a Shared folder on the Network
Step 3 is to create a Group Policy Object with a Logon Script
The script I made was the following:
IF NOT EXIST "C:\Apps" MD C:\Apps
COPY /B /S /Y "\\ServerName\GPDocuments\domains.reg" "C:\Apps\domains.reg"
REG IMPORT "C:\Apps\domains.reg"
I saved it as a .cmd and then added it to the default location that come up when you choose “Logon,” “Add a Script,” and then “Browse.” You can just drag you “Add_trusted_sites.cmd” into the location that the browse opened.
This copies the key from the network shared folder to a folder on the PC and then imports it to the registry without any pop ups.