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Posted on 2003-11-11
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I recently bought a machine that was part of a domain. I have upgraded it to windows 2000 pro made it join our windows 200 domain.

For some reason, it still can’t see the security tab on Internet options. The machine is still thinking it’s on the previous domain. How can I change this? I need to make changes to the security settings but there is no security tab under Internet options.

I can go through the registry and change the value from 1 to 0 and make the security tab visible but that doesn’t help either because all the tabs a re still dimmed out. Please Advise

Nabs

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turn off the local computer policy....
go to Start > Run
 type in " MMC "
this will bring up the microsoft management counsole
 add in the group policy for the local system..
  then just go to
User COnfig >Administrative templates>Windows componets >internet explorer
change the setting in there to NOT CONFIGURED..

  Good Luck hope this helps
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