I want to use Content Advisor in Internet Explorer 11. I have found a few post that say to use Local Group Policy Editor. However "Content Page" folder does not exist. I have checked the following locations:
Computer Configuration>Administrative Templates>Windows Components>Internet Explorer>Internet Control Panel>
User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Internet Explorer -> Internet Control Panel ->
Internet Control Panel has only two folders "security page" and "advanced page". The "Content Page" folder does not exist.
- Edited by TrekTNG789 Monday, December 16, 2013 5:51 AM
I have windows 7 professional with IE 11.
IE 9 has both parental control and content advisor
IE 10, IE 11 only parental control.
It can only be considered a replacement if it performs the function of the thing being replaced. In this case it is more accurate to say downgrade.
I am looking to add about 10 websites to the whitelist and block all the others with a supervisor password, like it was possible to do this in Content advisor. I cannot do this with parental control, so I am looking for a way to put content advisor back on to IE 11 using Local Group Policy Editor.
Please read the above the post.
Heres a workaround using a RAT.
Something not quite right with your inetres.admx?
On my Win7+IE11 system, I can enable Content Advisor by using the GPO setting you mention (it's also mentioned in the comments of this blog post about IEM)
I did a quick test of enabling/disabling Content advisor, and that part worked fine (I didn't do any Content Advisor setup of passwords, ratings, sites etc)
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Based on your description, I would like to suggest you try to re-register the related mmc snap-in DLL to check the result:
regsvr32 <snap-in DLL name>
Administrative Templates and Scripts: gptext.dll
For your reference:
Some Group Policy areas are missing from the Group Policy Editor
This article is also applied for Windows 7.
Hope it helps.
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