[Samba] How do I modify registry: Hk user?
Adam Tauno Williams
adamtaunowilliams at gmail.com
Mon Oct 1 19:59:02 GMT 2007
> Looks like I'm in a predicament. One of our new sites will prompt users (in
> IE) to display "mixed content". Which is basically asking if you want to
> display some http in a https site.
> I have found the solution, (besides having a user go into IE's tools /
> privacy / custom settings / enable mix content) - with a registry entry.
> However, the registry entry goes to:
> Settings\Zones\3\1609: 0x00000001
> as in H Key Users \ sid. Since we don't have any windows AD, how could I
> push out a registry entry that would identify a user's long string account?
You edit this setting into an ADM file and define a policy with
POLICY "Mixed Content Message In Local Intranet (Zone 1)"
KEYNAME "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings
PART "Mixed Content" DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED
NAME "Hide" VALUE NUMERIC 0 DEFAULT
NAME "Show" VALUE NUMERIC 1
But this is certainly not a Samba related issue at all; it is simply an
NT4 domain administration issue. Read
> Or, if there is a way to better manage IE settings, that would suffice.
No, there is no good way to do anything with IE.
> know what everyone is thinking, but Firefox can't help in this situation--
> only IE.
Adam Tauno Williams, Network & Systems Administrator
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