Our company has an application that is launched from a browser. It works fine in everything except XP SP2.
In XP SP2, the JAVA application starts and a status bar gets appended to the Window. The status bar reports "App Inited()", which is all well and good. The problem is that the status bar obscures active buttons required to do stuff in the application.
To remove the status bar, you have to configure IE to trust the website in "Trusted Sites". It is a faff to get users to do this, or to talk them through it. We would like to find a way to push a registry change that puts the site in their Trusted Sites section of the registry. They would have to permit it, but it would do all the typing for them so they couldn't get it wrong.
Is there a way to push a registry change to a user from HTML browser code?