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Guide: How to run Internet Explorer in another version

If you have a website that does not work in the version of Internet Explorer that you are running, or if you want to test a website in another version, there is a simple way to do this. This example is with Internet Explorer 9 Start by pressing F12 to go in to Developer Mode. Next, press Browser Mode: IE9 From here, you can select which version of Internet Explorer you want to run.  

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Work Smart Guides for Windows 8

Microsoft has a series of guides called the “Work Smart Guides”, which cover some of their products such as: – Forefront Identity Manager – Office – Sharepoint – System Center Configuration Manager – Windows Vista – Windows 7 – Windows Phone They have now added guides for Windows 8 as well. Check them out! Work Smart: Backing Up Your Data and Settings This guide provides information on how to set up and use the new File History feature in Windows…

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How to force specific sites to always run in Compatibility View using Group Policy

Add a site to Group Policy setting - Compatibility view GPO

INTRODUCTION If you have specific sites which do not work in newer versions of Internet Explorer, you can force them to always run in Compatibility View, meaning that they will run as if they were run in Internet Explorer 7. There are GPO settings to force specific IE Zones to always run in Compatibility View, but here’s how you set it for specific sites. SOLUTION Open Group Policy Management Create or edit the GPO that will be used to force…

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Guide: How to configure automatic logon in when using a proxy in Internet Explorer

There are a lot of companies out there that force their clients to go through a proxy in order for them to reach the Internet. This proxy is usually set in Internet Explorer, and can sometimes cause a slightly annoying pop-up asking for credentials every time you visit a web site. Here is a short guide for how you can enable automatic logon for all Internet sites. Note: These security settings are often controlled by a GPO, so it might not…

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