VB TIP: Unlock Internet Explorer In Windows 2000

Monday Nov 18th 2002 by Ronald Garlit
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In the enterprise enviroment they use a Policy Editor to establish a group policy to control your desktop computers on the network. You can unlock Internet Explorer from within Windows 2000.

In the enterprise enviroment they use a Policy Editor to establish a group policy to control your desktop computers on the network. I like listening to WEB Radio and access to assorted web sites they the SysAdmin types keep you from getting to via the the Regisrty setting of your computer during startup AND during a refresh of your registry at times they determine. You tell if you have this problem by going to your Internet Options in IE4 or IE5. If your buttons to change the Security setting are not in focus. You have to delete certain value names from deep in the registry.

RegistryDeleteValue rrkHKeyLocalMachine, _
"SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings", _
"Security_options_edit"
RegistryDeleteValue rrkHKeyLocalMachine, _
"SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings", _
"Security_zones_map_edit"
RegistryDeleteValue rrkHKeyLocalMachine, _
"SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Infodelivery\Restrictions", _
"NoJITSetup"
RegistryDeleteValue rrkHKeyLocalMachine, _
"SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Infodelivery\Restrictions", _
"NoUpdateCheck"

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