Changed my Windows machine, using your transition wizard, but had to change back to my own homepage.
To change back to your own homepage, click on IE icon on startup page, select properties, change default homerpage to your previous setting. No big deal.
My 2 Linux boxes i changed manually and have encountered no problems, running Mozilla browser and K-Mail plus an Apache Web Server.
Nope... IE on startup at least on the windows XP corporate, cannot remedy the situation. The default has been changed and overwirtten in the registry itself. They have modified the registry in several locations and apparently overwritten some other registry settings. No telling what they are adding to your box. I for one do not like software for tracking user prefernces et al being added to my box... not to say they are doing this, but further investigation is needed. We are hoping to set up a forensics box and run the wizard on that to track the changes made to the registry and other files. If we can find a spare box and work this out we will post the results.If they are adding any kind of usage tracking or other unscrupulous modifications we will make it known on these forums.
I didn't trust their wizard at all because of some of the information that I had heard that the installation also installed some "support" software with it.
My Linux box though is not perfect. Mandrake 9.1 with KDE 3.1 and Mozilla 1.3.1 with Flash 6 plugin. The Flash plugin in Mozzila only shows one graphic layer for the primary graphic in the middle of the comcast.net home page while IE 6 shows all three layers. I have this same issue on Windows XP with Mozilla. Also on my Linux machine the graphic is misplaced and is located a couple inches down the screen overlapping the first section of text. On top of that the sorry fools also created the menu on the comcast.net home page in Flash and it is slow as molasses under Mozilla on my Linux box.