A question about Registry Windows.
IE8 has problems with ASP.NET web apps. If I load different ASP.NET web apps, each one on different IE8 sessions, then session variables of .NET get mixed up.
One solution for that is to force that IE8 behaves like IE7. For that, there are some articles suggesting to add some values in Windows Registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
I attach article where you can read about it.
My question is:
At the office, end-user-A, with limited rights, logon on PC. End-user-A can't change Registry. Administrator-user logon on that PC and add new value to HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
New DWORD value called TabProcGrowth to add in:
TabProcGrowth = 0
Is TabProcGrowth the same when end-user-A logon on PC?
If not, how could we make what the article suggest?