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SBS 2011 Disable InPrivate Browsing

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I have a customer with SBS 2011. They want me to disable the InPrivate browsing feature for all users, so I have gone into the Default Domain Policy, expanded all sections for User Configuration, but cannot find where to set this. There are no Internet Explorer settings at all!
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by:David Atkin
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Hello,

I would create a new Group Policy for it.  Don't change the default one.  Creating a new GPO means you can disable it easily in the future.

Once you've created the new GPO, edit the following setting:

Go to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates> Windows Components> Internet Explorer> Privacy

Enable the "Turn Off InPrivate Browsing" Key.

Run a Gpupdate /force on the client machines or log off the user and it should work.

Oh and don't forget to link the policy and specify the group.
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by:Chris Millard
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The problem is, that there is no Internet Explorer section below Windows Components! The server is running IE11.

There is however, and Internet Settings section. However, with this, I can only administer IE 5, 6, 7 and 8
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OK - I have resolved the issue. The Policy administration templates are kept in C:\Windows\PolicyUpdates. I had to copy the relevant admx and adml files to my SYSVOL\Policies folder. After that, Internet Explorer options were available.
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by:Chris Millard
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OK - I have resolved the issue. The Policy administration templates are kept in C:\Windows\PolicyUpdates. I had to copy the relevant admx and adml files to my SYSVOL\Policies folder. After that, Internet Explorer options were available.
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