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I am having an issue where our ie9 on server2008R2 is displaying the url of the page before the actual title. I would prefer that this information is swapped. On a windows 7 enterprise N machine (with ie9) it is displayed properly with the title of the page first.

I have attempted to sort through the registry and look for an option to switch this behavior. I have done my fair share of Google searches, and I have checked the registry and group policy.

The program I am explicitly having this problem in , is Microsoft CRM 4.0

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank You,


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We had the url being prepended on the title and found we could disabled it by changing the following setting from Disabled to Enabled:

Internet Options - Sequrity Settings - Allow script-initiated windows without size or position constraints

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Tested this is on IE9 as well, Gordon is correct. This was the only place where I found this answer as well. I was able to get the address and status bar to be hidden using a vbs, but had to use Gordon's method to get rid of the embedded URL in the title bar. Thanks – user243973 Sep 24 '14 at 16:46

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