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I wanted to see if its possible to change add-on in IE using GPO

Posted on 2015-01-13
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This is the setting I need to change, disabling adobe reader:


1)      Go to Tools section on the Internet Explorer 8.0
2)      Select “Manage Add-ons”
3)      Look for “Adobe PDF Reader” add-on and check the status
4)      If the status is Disabled, click the status to Enable it
5)      Close the Internet Explorer windows
6)      Open the new Internet Explorer window and try it.
 
Note: If you are not able to see the “Adobe PDF reader” add-on on the Manage add-on screen, locate the “Show” drop down in the left side bottom and select “Run without Permission”
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Take a look at the following link with provides the steps to disable this via GPO.
Disable Manage Add-ons GPO

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