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Managing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration

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This white paper provides information about managing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration so that users and administrators can access trusted resources and Web sites on a corporate intranet and on the Internet. Examples include how to use Group Policy, scripts, answer files, and more.
  • Version:

    1

    File Name:

    Managing_Internet_Explorer_Enhanced_Security_Configuration.zip

    Date Published:

    2003-05-05

    File Size:

    1.0 MB

      The Microsoft® Windows Server 2003 Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration component (also known as Microsoft Internet Explorer hardening) reduces a server’s vulnerability to attacks from Web content by applying more restrictive Internet Explorer security settings. As a consequence, Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration may prevent some Web sites from displaying properly or performing as expected. It may also prevent users and administrators from accessing resources with Universal Naming Convention (UNC) paths on a corporate intranet. This white paper provides information about managing Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration so that users and administrators can access trusted resources and Web sites on a corporate intranet and on the Internet. Examples of how to use Group Policy, scripts, answer files, and user interface (UI) elements to manage Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration are provided.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows Server 2003

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