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comment Internet Explorer IE11 launches in Enhanced Security for Users despite setting in Server Manager
@HopelessN00b I ended up deleting the IsInstalled key and now it works. Thanks.
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answered Internet Explorer IE11 launches in Enhanced Security for Users despite setting in Server Manager
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comment Internet Explorer IE11 launches in Enhanced Security for Users despite setting in Server Manager
Yes - but I am now wondering, as a user (not admin), is there a way to tell whether I am in IE ESC?
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comment Internet Explorer IE11 launches in Enhanced Security for Users despite setting in Server Manager
@HopelessN00b thanks for the link - I should have mentioned I saw that already. The problem is that those registry settings are already set on the RDP server, so mandating them through group policy would have no effect...
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comment Internet Explorer IE11 launches in Enhanced Security for Users despite setting in Server Manager
@HopelessN00b, this is an RDP server, where users go to work from home as an alternative to VPN. Also, I was asking specifically which GPO setting is responsible for ESC. As far as I can tell there is not one out there.
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comment Internet Explorer IE11 launches in Enhanced Security for Users despite setting in Server Manager
@MichaelHampton not that I know of, but where is that policy set?
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comment Remote Windows user's password will not update
Brilliant - that worked. I'll read up on Kerberos.