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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Block toolbar against undesired changes(Internet Explorer 8)

             The toolbars of a browser are enabled by default. But this setting can be changed via a menu command. On a shared computer, you want to prevent other users from being able to change the appearance of the browser.
            The option of locking toolbars can usually be enabled and disabled with the command ‘View | Toolbars | Lock Toolbars’. This setting has been confi gured in the registry. It is also possible to confi gure a setting there via a guideline, owing to which, the users can no longer make any changes via the menu command.        
             For this, open the command ‘Start | Run’ followed by the ‘regedit’ instruction in the ‘Open’ fi eld and click on ‘Ok’. Navigate to the key ‘HKEY_CURRENT_ USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\ Internet Explorer\Toolbar’ there. If individual sub-keys of the path are not present, create them with the command ‘Edit | New | Key’. Then click in the right area of the window, open ‘Edit | New | DWORD Value’ enter the term ‘Locked’ and press [Enter]. Double-click on the new entry to edit it. Now change its ‘Value’ to ‘1’ and confi rm with ‘Ok’. Then close the registry.
           The toolbars can no longer be modifi ed now. In order to enable this function in the menu again later, set the value entered in the registry to ‘0’ or delete it.

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