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  • Active Directory - Allowed IE Add-Ons

    I am running a Windows 2003 domain. I have most users actions restricted by Group Policy. I am having trouble letting certian users use specific IE Add-ons, Mainly Java and Shockwave/Flash. I can use it on my account so it is not the default domain policy.

    Can anyone give me a pointer on where the correct setting would be to enable this?
    User Configuration/ Windows Settings/ Internet Explorer maintenance/?
    I know there are several settings that could be preventing these add-ons from working but any ideas would be helpful.

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    Re: Active Directory - Allowed IE Add-Ons

    Originally posted by bcliburn
    I am running a Windows 2003 domain. I have most users actions restricted by Group Policy. I am having trouble letting certian users use specific IE Add-ons, Mainly Java and Shockwave/Flash. I can use it on my account so it is not the default domain policy.

    Can anyone give me a pointer on where the correct setting would be to enable this?
    User Configuration/ Windows Settings/ Internet Explorer maintenance/?
    I know there are several settings that could be preventing these add-ons from working but any ideas would be helpful.
    Have you installed the Shockwave and Flash players on the user's machines?

    Java have some issues with ISA (not sure if your using that)

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      Re: Active Directory - Allowed IE Add-Ons

      I too am having issues with Term Server 2003 users not having add ins enabled when they log in...
      Anyone have any pointers on where to look for these settings?
      Any assistance would be appreciated...

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        Re: Active Directory - Allowed IE Add-Ons

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        Michael
        Last edited by m80arm; 6th June 2007, 15:52.

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