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I disabled ESC in Server Manager on 2008 R2, originally just for Administrators but have tried to disable it for users and Administrators to try and solve this problem. Despite it being completely disabled I keep getting warnings as though it were still enabled.

You can see here I have it disable in my config and here is an example of the warning that I continually get, despite ESC being apparently disabled.

What changed in IE9 as far as the ESC goes that I can't disable it?

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One Does Not Simply Disable "Enhanced Security Configuration" (reportedly the single most infuriating thing in the entire universe). –  romkyns May 4 at 20:11
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This may be a little bit outdated, but nevertheless, but probably somebody can found this helpful.

Try to set the registry IEHarden REG_DWORD key to 0 in regedit:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\InternetSettings\ZoneMap\IEHarden.

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