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Configuring Internet Explorer for Network Users

The following settings are the bare minimum that all IE users should have. If you are a system administrator, it is your job to make sure that the network users at least have these settings enabled.

  1. Close all running instances of Internet Explorer and Outlook Express (use a process monitor if you cannot close them).

  2. Choose Control Panel > Internet Options.

  3. Click the Security tab.

  4. Choose the Internet icon, click Custom Level, and then edit the following:

  5. "Download Signed ActiveX Scripts" choose: Prompt

    "Download Unsigned ActiveX Scripts choose: Disable

    "Initialize and Script ActiveX Not Marked As Safe" choose: Disable

    "Installation Of Desktop Items" choose: Prompt

    "Launching Programs And Files In An IFRAME" choose: Prompt

  6. Click the Content tab and click the Publishers button.

  7. Click Remove Any Unknowns and click OK.

  8. Click the Advanced tab, uncheck Install On Demand (Other), and click Apply or OK.

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