Question about Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
My companay recently applied some group policy that provided shortcut links (favorites) to IE 7, so now they are across the top of my browser. It is annoying because there is only so much real estate and I one of them is useless to me. I've gone int Documents and Settings and deleted them from all users. I've also deleted them by right clicking on them.
Some executable or something is running and keeps putting it back there. Is there anyway to find where it is originating from and delete it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Solution for Windows 7:
Note: Changing of this Group Policy setting applies only to Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 7 Enterprise editions
1. Click Start and click Run...
2. In the box that appears type: gpedit.msc and click the OK button
3. The Group Policy Window will appear. In the left panel extend Windows Components and click AutoPlay Policies
4. In the right panel locate Turn off Autoplay and double-click on it to open the Properties window
5. Click on Disable. Click Apply and then OK
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