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IE 7.0 Change it into High Encryption.

Hi, I am using IE 7.0 with Cipher Strength of 256-bit on Windows Vista. How can I change it to 128-bit? I can not find any HIgh Encryption Pack online for this version. Please help me.

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  • ivyzhou312 Mar 17, 2008

    Thank you, but sry I still don't know what to do next in admin tools.

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U can change the cipher strength by edit the properites of the IE7.0
or change in "services" which is in control panel -> Administrative Tools

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Then click on Change advanced sharing settings…
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Also on the Vista machine you might want to turn off password protected sharing … but it’s completely up to you.
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There was no need to enter a password to access the Vista machine because password protection is turned off. But now you can go through and see the User Shared folders. In this example both public and Users directories are shared.
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Then you’ll see the folders and devices that are shared. Here you can see the HP printer connected to the Windows 7 machine is available.
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As we showed above, you can see the printer connected to Windows 7. Let’s make sure we can connect to it and print a test document. In Vista click on the Start menu and type printers into the search box and hit Enter.
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Right-click on the shared printer and select Properties.
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Under the General tab click on the Print Test Page button.
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