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How can I uninstall enhanced securty on server 2008 ent. I went into server manager and did not see it.
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It's an option under features in server manager
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Where??
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It's labelled as iesec I think about a third of the way down in a little cluster of links on the right hand sise
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It's under server summary and called Configure IE ESC
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