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content from the website listed below....

Posted on 2012-04-04
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This particular server is almost never accessed directly. recently we needed to download some files and we discovered that IE is always giving the following message:

" Content from the website listed below is being blocked by the Internet explorer enhanced security configuration...."

Even after trying to add the site to the secure list the message will continue to pop up.

How can I control this without making major changes on the server ??
regards,
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YOu can disable it, if IE is not used much

Go to Server Manager
Click the top item in the tree to the left "Server Manager"
On the page that appears, go to "Security Information"
Look for "Configure IE ESC" on the right.

Perhaps IE ESC could be renamed to "IE Security"

Is it 2003 or 2008?

This one gives a visual

http://4sysops.com/archives/how-to-disable-internet-explorer-enhanced-security-configuration-ie-esc-in-windows-server-2008/

I turn it off on my servers because they are not used for browsing and updates are managed by WSUS
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You can turn this feature off or you can configure so, this message will not popup on this server.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/815141
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