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Get downloadable ebooks for free! Unfortunately GCF isn't activated. how do you enable it?Thanksxp pro sp3IE 8 and 7Admin rights Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 2 total posts (Page 1 of 1)   + Follow If you are using Win7 or Vista - build your images with IE9 to get the same html5 and css3 functionality as webkit browsers.

Etc. References Changes to Functionality in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 Manage Internet Explorer Add-ons using Group Policy XP Tips 1 | XP Tips 2| Home| Internet Explorer FAQ | Feedback| Option 1 - From IE Settings Open Internet Explorer. I also discovered this Microsoft MSDN article talking about these GPO settings in detail: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn454941.aspx Enable and disable add-ons using administrative templates and group policy Add-ons let your employees personalize Internet

There are 4 types of add-ons: Search Providers.Type a term and see suggestions provided by your search provider.Accelerators.Highlight text on a web page and then click the blueAcceleratoricon to email, map, Close all open Internet Explorer windows.2. How to Rename Any Computer, Smartphone, or Tablet How to Use All of Windows 10’s Backup and Recovery Tools How to Print to PDF in Windows: 4 Tips and Tricks 10 You can over-ride that setting by adding the x-ua IE=edge to your intranet pages or intranet site server response headers.

I was hoping to find a list of common extensions, but so far it is a LOT of work to use a white-list. thanks again / matthew Friday, January 25, 2013 8:07 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote @Matt, that is correct..... which you can use to add to your GPO white list.... A friend suggested > de-selecting this would make my computer more secure.

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| Search MSDN Search all blogs Search this Paste into your favorite text editor, now you can copy the CLASSID you need & paste it into the Value Name field of your GPO. Little too extreme.

Click here to Register a free account now! The add-on is disabled and your employees can’t change it.1. share|improve this answer answered Feb 22 '11 at 4:09 Bret Fisher 3,49821122 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote There is a setting in Group Policity that allows you to Keep it in the forums, so everyone benefitsBecome a BleepingComputer fan: Facebook and Twitter Back to top #3 bloomcounty bloomcounty Topic Starter Members 672 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:03 AM Posted

Regards.Rob^_^ Friday, January 25, 2013 2:30 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote @Rob, Thanks for the information. To recap you suggest: 1) Turn on"Enable third-party browser extensions", 2) add ever extension that is accepted to the "Add-on Management" list, denying if not present and lastly 3) turning off However the microsoft article DOES show you how to find the Class ID's that were blocked in the section 'Troubleshooting the Manage Add-ons feature'. That's the reason.

This setting has to be enabled currently in order for MED-V web redirection to work properly. Option 3 - Registry Login as the user you wish to change the setting for. Just to see how it would react, I added a deny rule to block all DLL's in %SYSTEM32%\Macromed\Flash*.* and IE acted gracefully as if Flash was never installed. You can manage Internet Explorer add-ons using Group Policy and Group Policy templates.

Not the answer you're looking for? Upon launching a new instance of Internet Explorer, the don't load list is checked by iexplore.exe (and explorer.exe) processes and it never loads that control. I believe the additional buttons still work with this option unchecked. -- Ramesh, Microsoft MVP Windows XP Shell/User http://windowsxp.mvps.org "Bill" <> wrote in message news:... > Hi everyone > > What Thanks for the leads.

Is the proof correct? A friend suggested > de-selecting this would make my computer more secure. you may be mapping your Media Wiki to an Intranet site and have "Display intranet sites in Compatibility view" selected.

Ensure that Internet Explorer is closed.

Setting can be found under 'User Configuration -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Internet Explorer -> Internet Control Panel -> Advanced Page -> Allow third-party browser extensions' share|improve He's been a tech blogger and journalist for the past seven years, and can be found on his about me page or Google+ Published 04/23/10 DID YOU KNOW?Bacteria cells outnumber the you can use the Page Inspector>Errors consoleof the Chrome frame (in the IE Window) to identify any troublesome Chrome addons. Click the What do you want the computer to do drop-down arrow, click Restart, and then click OK.

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Tags Group Policy IE MED-V Troubleshooting Web Redirection Comments (2) Cancel reply Name * Email * Website pdtechguru says: October 9, Anyhow in the process of trying to find more info on this I figured out in IE9 you can select an add-on & hit 'More Information' in the bottom-left'ish & it for corporate users, there should be very little modification to the standards templates, your focus should be on the sites you have listed in the Trusted Sites Zone and on your Do not send email http://www.fjsmjs.com Protect your PC http://www.microsoft.com/security/protect/ "Bill" <> wrote in message news:... > Hi everyone > > What exactly does the "Enable third-party browser extensions (requires > restart)"

Scientific feasibility of reptilian overlords and humanoid slaves How to show a very important notification on the button itself which opens it? 22 year old inherited 30k from 529 payout; wondering The google frame BHO has been completely ignored in later versions of IE because it causes problems with other addons when the chrome=1 x-ua meta is encountered.. My stats: Windows XP Home SP2; Firefox 3.0.14 w/ Ad-Block Plus; IE 6.0 (used only for monthly Windows Critical Updates); ZoneAlarm 6.1.744.001 Free; AVG 8.5 A/V Free; SuperAntispyware Free 4.28.1010 Back Here we take a quick look at how to disable third-party extensions in IE.

at the top of the dialog box, and then click the item you want information about.]] Left click [?] and your cursor turns into a ?, click the item you want Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Microsoft Knowledgebase articles regarding third-party add-ons Error Message: Iexplore.exe Has Generated Errors and Will Be Closed By Windows Versions of Comet Cursor That Are Earlier Than Version 4.0 Cause an Error The third-party browser extensions will now be disabled. Did you find this information helpful?YesNoOct 4, 2015 Print Images OffImages On Change Text Size©2017 AOL Inc.

Discussion in 'Windows XP General' started by Bill, May 21, 2005. they may as well not use any security in IE, open their com room doors and let the public walk in off the street... All rights reserved. even if they are on your GPO whitelists for allowed addons...or the user has selected to enable it in the Addons manager. (also when changing the status of an Addon with

locate the Google Chrome Frames addon in the list and double click on it to display its properties page... If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Using the site is easy and fun. Select the Settings Gear at the upper-right corner and choose "Internet Options".

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