Based on the description, it look like if you set the setting to Anonymous Logon it will clear that checkbox I just tried this, and it didn't work for me. What I am talking about: Essentially I am asking , but I would like the answer in the form of a registry key instead of a group policy. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. You want to edit the Internet settings which happens to be under Zone 3 for my setup. I was literally just working on this exact task! This prompt is a result of this setting: You can get to this setting by going through Internet Explorer, then Tools, Internet Options.
This is what I yanked from my config for the department that needs it. Go back change it to medium. Fire up Internet Explorer, click on Tools, click on Internet Options, and then, on the Security tab, select Trusted Sites and click the Sites button. Trying to listen to two sites or more is ridiculous. In this case it is possible to configure browser permissions via the registry. Click the Show button allows you to add the website and the value, which for my requirements was '2' for Trusted Site. In other words like just for the Intranet Zone.
In our sample script, we assign the value http to the variable strValueName. This will be the name of our new registry value; it also indicates which Internet protocols will be trusted from Microsoft. I know the following key represents one of them, but I don't know which zone it represents. Be careful what you change or you might have unforeseen results. Even this didn't work for me. Method 2: Check if any add-ons are causing the issue.
I use both of those, and that is what I was thinking. The downside was since this runs under local user, it will wipe out any changes end users make i probably did it wrong. Any help would be greately appreciated. If I have the time I'll look in to it some more. All that I could find was , but when I follow it then look in Inetrnet Explorer v 9 's options I see that most of the radio groups have no Active X options selected. So all appears to be working as intended now Could that command prompt line have somehow unlocked that checkbox? Check the troubleshooting report and share the details with us. Administrator Approved Controls Rather than enabling all ActiveX controls for a particular zone, some banks prefer to limit ActiveX controls to an approved list.
I'm confused, what's your ultimate goal? Similar help and support threads Thread Forum I might have 50 web site tabs and am looking at one of them. By allowing centralized control, you can create one global list of websites that render using Enterprise Mode. However, I discovered that sites cannot be manually added in as the buttons have been greyed out. Setting that value to 0 enables Protected Mode; a setting of 3 disables it. I also don't believe the settings are enforced if done improperly even if you don't open up the security tab and cause the values to get reset.
Let us check if any add-ons are causing the issue. In the world of Internet Explorer, the 2 represents the Trusted Sites zone. After a while, you end up with a mess of sites in your Trusted sites list… so how do you transfer those to a new computer without retyping them? What if you wanted to configure Microsoft. There you will find every setting that governs the behavior for that zone. Other times, the entire site will be completely unusable. Having created the registry key, we simply need to create and configure a single registry value.
The problem is that i was only able to assign SiteA to either Zone 1 or Zone 2, but not both. We then call the CreateKey method to create a new registry key microsoft. You don't want to modify this setting just to modify Trusted Sites. This minimum level is also set by a registry key. Setting it to 0 did not help. Configuring Internet Explorer via the Windows Registry Configuring Internet Explorer via the Windows Registry Registry keys for standard Internet Explorer permissions At some banks it is not possible to change browser settings manually, even for administrator users, since Internet Explorer is locked down by Group Policy.
For more information about creating your site list, see the topics. I am talking about doing so on a per security zone basis using only registry. Can you think of any way to automate this? Per-user policy cannot be modified by programs running as that user, unless the user is an administrator. Also, new users needed to be trained on how to do this as well. After the list is downloaded, it's stored locally on your employees' computers so if the centralized file location is unavailable, they can still use Enterprise Mode.
Remember that it will potentially wipe out entries currently on that machine you are restoring over and replace them with the backup copy. Do let us know if you need any further assistance, we will be glad to assist you. For information about how to create and use an Enterprise Mode site list, see. Please refer to the following methods and check if the issue persists. This is not the same key as previously mentioned.