How to push a new IEAK Package on a computer without Internet Connection

In this blog we will share a common scenario seeing more often in Controlled IT Environments where there is a need to push a new version of Internet Explorer on machines without internet Connection. NOTE: In this blog, we will be using Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 10 English Language as an example, however you…

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User Proxy settings showing up in Local System Account – Correct way to apply Proxy settings

If you are wondering how your local system account is getting proxy settings even though you have applied proxy settings only for users, this post will help you.  Here you will see the proxy settings set in Local system account: HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Connections The applications which run in system context might stop working if the Local…

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IE10 Removing IEMaintenance from Window 7 and Windows 2008 R2

Hi, we just want to share some information regarding some changes introduced with IE10 that may impact the way you manage your Internet Explore Policies. As the TechNet article “Replacements for Internet Explorer Maintenance” states that: “By default In Windows® 8, the IEM settings have been deprecated in favor of Group Policy Preferences, Administrative Templates (.admx),…

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Using the IE10 Blocker Toolkit

In this blog post, we just want to share quickly, what you will get in the IE10 Blocker Toolkit. There are a few notes we want to highlight that we hope clarify the right process for IT admins using the Toolkit. The IE10 Blocker Toolkit applies to Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 and higher. In the IE10…

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Behaviors and IE10

Hi Everyone, In this blog post, I’d like to share some of the changes regarding behaviors in Windows Internet Explorer 10.  Behaviors is a great way to enhance a DOM Element’s capabilities.  However this technology, unique to Internet Explorer programming model, presents a big challenge for web developers wanting to develop web applications that can…

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How to use Fiddler Autoresponder to replay a fiddler trace?

In this quick tutorial, we want to show you how to use Fiddler’s Autoreponder to replay a previously captured or generated fiddler trace when trying to isolate html code performance or page errors.  The Fiddler AutoResponder is an excellent way to replay and reproduce a particular scenario, which makes troubleshooting a lot easier and less…

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Using Internet Component Download in an Enterprise environment

Hi everybody! As promised, here’s a blog post detailing how to make use of the Internet Component Download feature and a working example on how to benefit from its advantages together with the ActiveX Installer Service. The most common way to invoke an ActiveX control from a webpage is to use the object element. This…

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How to implement the -ms-touch-action: none property to disable Double-tap-zoom on Windows Touch devices

In this quick blog post I will provide you with steps on how to implement the Cascading Style Sheet Touch Zooming property to disable Double-tap-zoom functionality on your html page.   SCENARIO: A new Windows 8 Touch Capable device is deployed on your environment. The developer wants to disable full page double-tap-zoom functionality.   DEFAULT…

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