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    Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

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    by ebott ·

    Are you ready for yet another new version of Internet Explorer? Microsoft may call it IE 5.0, but this browser has a few features you won?t find in earlier versions of IE. What?s the best way to set up Windows 2000?s IE version for use on a corporate network?

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    • #3897330

      Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      by mindaugas.laucius ·

      In reply to Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      I think, IE 5.0 have mutch security errors. And at this moment I use IE 5.01, this version mutch beter. In Win2000 i willl use IE 5.5. And this magic feature is “Discusion”
      I and me friends can discus about any web site.

    • #3897319

      Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      by fflores ·

      In reply to Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      right click on the desktop IE Icon, select properties, click on the conections tab, click on Lan settings, check the automatically detect settings and use proxy boxes, type the proxy settings and ok your way out

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      Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      by dan.wendlick ·

      In reply to Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      By using the IEAK (Internet explorer Administration kit) I have been able to set up multiple base profiles for groups within my ordanization. It allows a basically one-touch install based on whether the user will be a Intranet only, have external web access only, or be able to access full Internet services, including telnet, FTP, and Usenet. It also allows an administrator to lock down different settings depending on how much the user can be trusted to not muck up his own computer.

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      Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      by rasmusw ·

      In reply to Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      The best way is definitely to use the IEAK to create a custom installation for the company specific settings. The most important ones are the security settings and the proxy settings. Regarding the proxy settings, it is very handy that IE 5 has the auto-detect proxy feature.

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      Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      by omdreams ·

      In reply to Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      Actually since beta 3 there was a little tool on the disk that creates the MSI installation ‘packages’ fo distribution via active directory.
      and can be an ‘optional’ advertised package that you can install with the add/remove control panel.

      just run up the lab computer (clean installation ) take a snapshot with the program then install ie and tweak it to your hearts content
      and complete the snapshot! boom
      instant MSI package that can be added tot he active directory or located on a network share that installs witha double click and can self heal

      the snapshot program was called.. post forhcoming i cant find my disk right now. and the phone started ringing.
      🙂

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      Ed Bott’s Microsoft Challenge–2/10

      by ebott ·

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