This Page Is Accessing Information That Is Not Under Its Control. This Poses A Security Risk

IE can give the following error on some controls: This page is accessing information that is not under its control. This poses a security risk. Do you want to continue? To fix the page: In Internet Explorer, look at the status bar to see whether the website with the information access issue is in the […]
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What Is Internet Explorer Maintenance Preference Mode In Group Policy?

In group policy, if you right click Internet Explorer Maintenance, you can turn on Preference Mode… So what is Preference Mode? By default, Policy Mode is turned on, which means that whenever users log on, the group policy settings in Internet Explorer Maintenance over-write the users settings. Preference mode allows the user to set their own settings in […]
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How To Add Trusted Sites To Internet Explorer Via Group Policy

Trusted Sites can be automatically added to Internet Explorer through group policy. To add Trusted Site URLs to Internet Explorer via group policy: Open the Group Policy Management Console and connect to your AD controller Create and link a group policy to an OU containing the users that you wish to add Trusted Sites to […]
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How To Prevent Internet Explorer From Closing

Sometimes you might want to prevent users closing Internet Explorer, in a kiosk environment for example. To prevent internet explorer from closing you will need to create two scripts. the first is a batch file to open IE and reopen it when users close it. The second is to launch the first script in a […]
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Adding Security Certificates To Internet Explorer Via Group Policy Or Script

Sometimes you need to add security certificates to Internet Explorer. Normally to add security certificates to Internet Explorer, you would click on: Tools Internet Options The Content tab Certificates Then Import the security certificate using the wizard If you want to add SSL certificates to numerous IE installations, the easiest way to do this is […]
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Why Is The Address Bar Green In Internet Explorer On Some Websites?

On some websites, the address bar is green in Internet Explorer. Why is this and what makes the address bar go green? The address bar in Internet Explorer goes green when the website owner has purchased an EV Certificate. Certificates are used as a security mechanism by Internet Explorer to inform the user that a […]
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