This is effectively a repost of my question at StackOverflow, before I settle on a programmatic solution:
Essentially, a customers users are using a website that plays up with some other technology we roll out. We've exhausted all other routes in getting things to work properly, so I'm now in workaround / bodge territory.
I've found an option on the website which does make things work. However, it's undesirable (And needless convoluted unfortunately) for us to direct the users to configure this themselves.
Therefore, what I'd like / need to do is to set a cookie on computer logon. All the cookie contains is "0:-" which just disables the feature we need to disable.
Again, I realise this is highly undesirable but assuming I can find a way out of this, then I'll be out of the woods. Ideally in VBScript, but really anything that is invisible to the users is good.
Just for context, this is a Server 2008 R2 domain with Vista and Windows 7 Clients running IE8 and IE9. That is the scope for work and all I need to get working!
I'm happy to hear alternative suggestions, but the end result is that we want to automatically disable this websites feature for our users.
Any help gratefully received.