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Group Policy - Enable Mixed Content

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Hi.
In the Custom Level under the Security Options of Internet Explorer, there is an option to Display Mixed Content. I have to change this on every PC on our network here. Is it possible to set this up through a Group Policy under Active Directory?
Thank you!!
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In group policies you need to change settings for each zone. The settings are in....
Users configuration - Administrative templates - Windows Components - internet explorer - internet control panel - security page
Then in each of the zoens you have a setting for "Display Mixed Content"
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In Group Policy Management Editor apply a filter for the word "MIXED" you will easily see what policies can affect this then.
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Hi Neilsr.
Thank you for your help. That worked! I will accept your solution in a minute, but I was just wondering about your tip. I am new to Active Directory and don't really know it very well. Where is this Groupl Policy Management Editor you are talking about? (I am on Windows Server 2003)
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Ah didnt realise you are on 2003, not used that in a while....

If you install  http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21895  then you will have a much nicer policy editor (If not already using).
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Oh! Thanks a lot Neil.
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