Prevent internet setting changes

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If you’re using Internet Explorer in shared computer, your stored setting on Internet Explorer can be modified or changed by other user who has access to your computer. You can prevent changing from other user using the Internet Option dialog box.

In the screenshot above is the after value that probhit changes to your Internet Explorer to other user on your computer.

How to keep Internet Explorer Setting


1. Type inRegedit in your start serarch box to open the Registry Editor.

2. Navigate to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\

3. Select any of the option that you want to disable by creating a new DWORD with a value of 1.

Accessibility – Disables options in “Accessibility” window in “General” tab

Advanced – Disables options in “Advanced” tab

AdvancedTab – Completely hides “Advanced” tab

Autoconfig – Disables “Automatic Configuration” section in “LAN Settings” window under “Connections” tab

Cache – Restricts changes to Temporary Internet Files settings

CalendarContact – Restricts changes to Calender and Contact List options

Certificates – Restricts changes to Security Certificates in “Content” tab

CertifPers – Restricts changes to Personal Certificates in “Content” tab

CertifPub – Restricts changes to Publisher Certificates in “Content” tab

CertifSite – Restricts changes to Site Certificates in “Content” tab

Check_If_Default – Restricts checking IE as default browser in “Programs” tab

Colors – Restricts changes to “Colors” window in “General” tab

Connection Settings – Disables options in “Connections” tab

Connection Wizard – Disables Internet Connection Wizard

ConnectionsTab – Completely hides “Connections” tab

Connwiz Admin Lock – Disables “Setup Internet Connection” button in “Connections” tab

ContentTab – Completely hides “Content” tab

Fonts – Disables options in “Fonts” window in “General” tab

FormSuggest – Disables AutoComplete Settings for Forms in “Content” tab

FormSuggest Passwords – Disables AutoComplete Settings for Passwords in “Content” tab

GeneralTab – Completely hides “General” tab

History – Restricts changes to History settings in “General” tab

HomePage – Restricts changes to Home page settings in “General” tab

Languages – Restricts changes to “Languages” window in “General” tab

Links – Restricts changes to Links settings in “General” tab

Messaging – Restricts changes to E-mail, Newsgroups, Internet call options in “Programs” tab

Privacy Settings – Restricts changs to Cookies settings in “Privacy” tab

PrivacyTab – Completely hides “Privacy” tab

Profiles – Restricts changes to Profiles in “Content” tab

ProgramsTab – Completely hides “Programs” tab

Proxy – Disables “Proxy server” section in “LAN Settings” window under “Connections” tab

Ratings – Restricts changes to “Content Advisor” settings in “Content” tab

ResetWebSettings – Disables “Reset Web Settings” button in “Programs” tab

SecAddSites – Disables “Sites” button in “Security” tab

SecChangeSettings – Restricts changes to Security Level in “Security” tab

SecurityTab – Completely hides “Security” tab

Settings – Restricts changes to Temporary Internet Files options

Example: Hide the advance tab by adding a DWORD of “AdvancedTab” and set the value to 1.

If you’re more serious about disabling the Internet Option, navigate yourself to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\

Add a new Key named “Restrictions” in the Internet Explorer and in the right side panel create a DWORD called NoBrowserOptions and give the value 1

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