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IE 11 erscheint bei Usern nicht wenn sie danach Suchen RRS feed

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  • Hallo zusammen

    Ich bin gerade mitten in dem Deployment als mir auffällt, dass wen ein User im Windows 10 (1709) nach dem IE 11 Sucht, dieser im Suchfenster (Start) nicht gefunden bzw. nicht angezeigt wird. Sobald wir aber diesen über "C:\Programme....." starten und ihn mal angepinnt haben, an der Taskleiste, findet die Windows Suche den IE 11.

    Bei IT-Mitarbeiter tritt dies nicht auf. Also war für mich klar es muss eine GPO sein die wir aktiv haben, welche die User haben und wir IT-Mitarbeiter nicht. Die Frage ist nur was habe ich falsch eingestellt? Denn keine meiner Einstellungen sollte sowas anrichten.

    Leider verbietet mir TechNet das heraufladen von Bildern.

    Policy Setting Comment
    Control Panel/Personalization
    Policy Setting Comment

    Determines whether screen savers used on the computer are password protected.

    If you enable this setting, all screen savers are password protected. If you disable this setting, password protection cannot be set on any screen saver.

    This setting also disables the "Password protected" checkbox on the Screen Saver dialog in the Personalization or Display Control Panel, preventing users from changing the password protection setting.

    If you do not configure this setting, users can choose whether or not to set password protection on each screen saver.

    To ensure that a computer will be password protected, enable the "Enable Screen Saver" setting and specify a timeout via the "Screen Saver timeout" setting.

    Note: To remove the Screen Saver dialog, use the "Prevent changing Screen Saver" setting." gpmc_settingname="Password protect the screen saver" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Control Panel/Personalization" gpmc_supported="At least Windows 2000 Service Pack 1" tabindex="0">Password protect the screen saver
    Enabled
    Number of seconds to wait to enable the screen saver
    Seconds: 900
    Control Panel/Printers
    Policy Setting Comment
    Control Panel/Programs
    Policy Setting Comment
    Desktop
    Policy Setting Comment

    By default, a user can change the location of their individual profile folders like Documents, Music etc. by typing a new path in the Locations tab of the folder's Properties dialog box.

    If you enable this setting, users are unable to type a new location in the Target box." gpmc_settingname="Prohibit User from manually redirecting Profile Folders" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Desktop" gpmc_supported="At least Windows 2000" tabindex="0">Prohibit User from manually redirecting Profile Folders
    Enabled
    Network/Offline Files
    Policy Setting Comment

    This setting removes the Offline Files tab from the Folder Options dialog box. It also removes the Settings item from the Offline Files context menu and disables the Settings button on the Offline Files Status dialog box. As a result, users cannot view or change the options on the Offline Files tab or Offline Files dialog box.

    This is a comprehensive setting that locks down the configuration you establish by using other settings in this folder.

    This setting appears in the Computer Configuration and User Configuration folders. If both settings are configured, the setting in Computer Configuration takes precedence over the setting in User Configuration.

    Tip: This setting provides a quick method for locking down the default settings for Offline Files. To accept the defaults, just enable this setting. You do not have to disable any other settings in this folder." gpmc_settingname="Prohibit user configuration of Offline Files" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Network/Offline Files" gpmc_supported="Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 only" tabindex="0">Prohibit user configuration of Offline Files
    Enabled
    Prevents users from changing any cache configuration settings.
    Policy Setting Comment
    System/Windows HotStart
    Policy Setting Comment
    Windows Components/Add features to Windows 10
    Policy Setting Comment
    Windows Components/Backup/Client
    Policy Setting Comment


    If you enable this policy setting, users are blocked from selecting a network location as a backup location.



    If disable or do not configure this policy setting, users can select a network location as a backup location." gpmc_settingname="Prevent backing up to network location" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Backup/Client" gpmc_supported="At least Windows Vista" tabindex="0">Prevent backing up to network location
    Enabled



    If you enable this policy setting, users cannot start the Backup Status and Configuration program.



    If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, users can start the Backup Status and Configuration program." gpmc_settingname="Prevent the user from running the Backup Status and Configuration program" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Backup/Client" gpmc_supported="Windows Vista only" tabindex="0">Prevent the user from running the Backup Status and Configuration program
    Enabled



    If you enable this policy setting, users cannot back up data files.



    If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, users can back up data files." gpmc_settingname="Turn off the ability to back up data files" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Backup/Client" gpmc_supported="At least Windows Vista" tabindex="0">Turn off the ability to back up data files
    Enabled
    Windows Components/Desktop Window Manager
    Policy Setting Comment
    Windows Components/File Explorer
    Policy Setting Comment

    If you enable this policy setting, the system removes the "Computers Near Me" option and the icons representing nearby computers from Network Locations. This policy setting also removes these icons from the Map Network Drive browser.

    If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, computers in the user's workgroup and domain appear in lists of network resources in File Explorer and Network Locations.

    This policy setting does not prevent users from connecting to computers in their workgroup or domain by other commonly used methods, such as typing the share name in the Run dialog box or the Map Network Drive dialog box.

    To remove network computers from lists of network resources, use the "No Entire Network in Network Locations" policy setting.
    " gpmc_settingname="No Computers Near Me in Network Locations" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/File Explorer" gpmc_supported="Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 only" tabindex="0">No Computers Near Me in Network Locations
    Enabled

    If you enable this setting, the system removes the Map Network Drive and Disconnect Network Drive commands from the toolbar and Tools menus in File Explorer and Network Locations and from menus that appear when you right-click the File Explorer or Network Locations icons.

    This setting does not prevent users from connecting to another computer by typing the name of a shared folder in the Run dialog box.

    Note:

    This setting was documented incorrectly on the Explain tab in Group Policy for Windows 2000. The Explain tab states incorrectly that this setting prevents users from connecting and disconnecting drives.

    Note: It is a requirement for third-party applications with Windows 2000 or later certification to adhere to this setting." gpmc_settingname="Remove "Map Network Drive" and "Disconnect Network Drive"" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/File Explorer" gpmc_supported="At least Windows 2000" tabindex="0">Remove "Map Network Drive" and "Disconnect Network Drive"
    Enabled
    Windows Components/File Explorer/Previous Versions
    Policy Setting Comment

    If you enable this policy setting, the Restore button is disabled when the user selects a previous version corresponding to a local file.

    If you disable this policy setting, the Restore button remains active for a previous version corresponding to a local file. If the user clicks the Restore button, Windows attempts to restore the file from the local disk.

    If you do not configure this policy setting, it is disabled by default. The Restore button is active when the previous version is of a local file." gpmc_settingname="Prevent restoring local previous versions" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/File Explorer/Previous Versions" gpmc_supported="Supported Windows Vista through Windows 7" tabindex="0">Prevent restoring local previous versions
    Enabled

    If you enable this policy setting, the Restore button is disabled when the user selects a previous version corresponding to a file on a file share.

    If you disable this policy setting, the Restore button remains active for a previous version corresponding to a file on a file share. If the user clicks the Restore button, Windows attempts to restore the file from the file share.

    If you do not configure this policy setting, it is disabled by default. The Restore button is active when the previous version is of a file on a file share." gpmc_settingname="Prevent restoring remote previous versions" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/File Explorer/Previous Versions" gpmc_supported="At least Windows Vista" tabindex="0">Prevent restoring remote previous versions
    Enabled
    Windows Components/Microsoft Edgehide
    Policy Setting Comment

    If you enable this setting, Microsoft Edge won't gather the Live Tile metadata, providing a minimal experience when a user pins a Live Tile to the Start menu.

    If you disable or don't configure this setting, Microsoft Edge gathers the Live Tile metadata, providing a fuller and more complete experience when a user pins a Live Tile to the Start menu." gpmc_settingname="Prevent Microsoft Edge from gathering Live Tile information when pinning a site to Start" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Microsoft Edge" gpmc_supported="Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, Version 1703 or later" tabindex="0">Prevent Microsoft Edge from gathering Live Tile information when pinning a site to Start
    Disabled
    Windows Components/Network Sharing

    Policy Setting Comment
    Windows Components/Store

    Policy Setting Comment

    If you enable this setting, access to the Store application is denied. Access to the Store is required for installing app updates.

    If you disable or don't configure this setting, access to the Store application is allowed." gpmc_settingname="Turn off the Store application" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Store" gpmc_supported="At least Windows Server 2012, Windows 8 or Windows RT" tabindex="0">Turn off the Store application
    Enabled
    Windows Components/Windows Calendar
    Policy Setting Comment
    Windows Components/Windows Defender SmartScreen/Microsoft Edge
    Policy Setting Comment
    Windows Components/Windows Mail
    Policy Setting Comment
    Turn off the communities features Enabled
    Windows Components/Windows Messenger

    Policy Setting Comment

    If you enable this policy setting, Windows Messenger is not loaded automatically when a user logs on.

    If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, Windows Messenger will be loaded automatically at logon.

    Note: This policy setting simply prevents Windows Messenger from running initially. If the user invokes and uses Windows Messenger from that point on, Windows Messenger will be loaded.

    The user can also configure this behavior on the Preferences tab on the Tools menu in the Windows Messenger user interface.

    Note: If you do not want users to use Windows Messenger, enable the "Do not allow Windows Messenger to run" policy setting.

    Note: This policy setting is available under both Computer Configuration and User Configuration. If both are present, the Computer Configuration version of this policy setting takes precedence." gpmc_settingname="Do not automatically start Windows Messenger initially" gpmc_settingpath="User Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Windows Messenger" gpmc_supported="At least Windows Server 2003 operating systems or Windows XP Professional" tabindex="0">Do not automatically start Windows Messenger initially
    Disabled
    Preferences
    Windows Settings
    Registry
    Win8DpiScaling (Order: 1)
    General
    Action Update
    Properties
    Hive HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Key path Control Panel\Desktop
    Value name Win8DpiScaling
    Value type REG_DWORD
    Value data 0x1 (1)
    Common
    Options
    Stop processing items on this extension if an error occurs on this item No
    Run in logged-on user's security context (user policy option) No
    Remove this item when it is no longer applied No
    Apply once and do not reapply No
    LogPixels (Order: 2)
    General
    Action Create
    Properties
    Hive HKEY_CURRENT_USER
    Key path Control Panel\Desktop
    Value name LogPixels
    Value type REG_DWORD
    Value data 0x60 (96)
    Common
    Options
    Stop processing items on this extension if an error occurs on this item No
    Run in logged-on user's security context (user policy option) No
    Remove this item when it is no longer applied No
    Apply once and do not reapply No
    Control Panel Settings
    Folder Options
    Folder Options (At least Windows Vista)
    Ordneroptionen (Windows Vista und höher) (Order: 1)
    General
    Properties
    Always show icons, never thumbnails Disabled
    Always show menus Disabled
    Display file icon on thumbnails Enabled
    Display file size information in folder tips Enabled
    Display simple folder view in Navigation pane Enabled
    Display the full path in the titlebar (classic folders only) Disabled
    Hidden files and folders Do not show hidden files and folders
    Hide extensions for known file types Disabled
    Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) Enabled
    Launch folder windows in separate process Disabled
    Remember each folder's view settings Enabled
    Restore previous folder windows at logon Disabled
    Show drive letters Enabled
    Show encrypted or compressed NTFS files in color Enabled
    Show pop-up description for folder and desktop items Enabled
    Show preview handlers in preview pane Enabled
    Use check boxes to select items Disabled
    Use sharing wizard (Recommended) Enabled
    When typing into list view Select the typed item in the view
    Common
    Options
    Stop processing items on this extension if an error occurs on this item No
    Run in logged-on user's security context (user policy option) Yes
    Apply once and do not reapply

    No

    Das ist die einzige Option die ich leider habe


    2018年11月28日 上午 07:28

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  • Du meinst wirklich, du müsstest diesen ganzen Rattenschwanz nicht nur an Einstellungen, sondern auch an Erklärungen posten, damit dir jemand weiterhelfen kann? Ich kann dir nur sagen, ich weiß nicht, ob ich kann, aber ich *will* da gar nicht mehr.

    Sollte doch wohl möglich sein, die Einstellungen selbst ohne den ganzen "Müll" zu posten, oder? Und auch ohne die nicht gesetzten.

    Schon mal überlegt, ob es vielleicht gar nicht an der GPO liegt, sondern an anderen Grundeinstellugnen für Nutzer (seitens Windows)? Wurden die Einstellungen verglichen und bei einem Nutzer entsprechend angepaßt? Test ohne GPO möglich?


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    2018年11月28日 下午 05:21