I would block the update if they need to use ie9 or upgrade to 10 or 11 Interesting. The last big tweaker I remember using was X-Teq aka X-Setup Pro. It's an HTA powered by VBScript, so you can see in the code what's being changed, and there's a fair amount of information included: http://www.jsware.net/jsware/iemd.php5 I'm assuming you're using XP 32bit. I'm Lost! - Forums Home - Tutorials - Get Computer Help - Spyware Help - Help2Go Detective - Software Picks - Newsletter - Testimonials - Donate Our Sponsors Help2Go Archive Top Source
Getting yet another tweaker won't undo an active policy enforced by some other software you already have installed. SUMMARY OF PROBLEMS UPDATE: The main problem at the moment seems to be linked with the Inetcpl.cpl in C:\Windows\System32 - Cannot open Internet Explorer:When I open IE 9, the If you have windows XP with IE 6 you may have this kind of error. This error can occur due to Inetcpl.cpl file got corrupted.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. The content is copyrighted to venkat and may not be reproduced on other websites. ↑ Back to top ThemeWelcome · log in · join Show navigation Hide navigation HomeReviewsHowChartsLatestSpeed TestRun TestRun I'm >> attempting to avoid the complicated .cab file extraction >> method, or an uninstall / re-install of IE8. > > Maybe a policy was defined that restricts your access to
You might look into Pale Moon, which is a less commercial, less bloated version of Firefox. You should probably also check for possible malware. The time now is 09:29 PM. No policy editor for me > I checked your link, but it's only relevant for later > OSes (Vista on).
A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Anyone else seeing packet loss *Resolved* [BellCanada] by Vinch238. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsWindows XPWeb Browsing Solved error loading c:\windows\system32\inetcpl.cpl Tags:inetcpl.cpl Rehan khan March 4, 2011 at 13:53:49 Specs: Windows xp, 2gb i get error while accessing Again, if it were me, > I'd check any possible locations for thoroughness. > > Once you get it worked out I guess there's then the > question of how the
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Whenever my Windows Update has a Cumulative Security Update for IE 9, I try to install it, however it fails and says updates were not configured correctly, reverting changes The error http://magsuite.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-9-xp-sp2.html program c:\\Program Files (x86)\\Internet Explore\\iex Can't find your answer ? There are tweakers, safety/security programs, and lockdown >> utilities that also let you set those registry settings to lockout the >> Internet Options or a portion of those settings. >> >> I have not done the third MS fix, which is repair IE (sadly, there is no link or instructions for how to do that, just the statement to repair IE).
Department of Homeland Security even recommended that people avoid using Internet Explorer until the flaw was patched. Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Answer Re: Windows 7 \Windows\System32\inetcpl.cpl by wpgwpg / November 28, 2013 12:36 AM PST In reply to: Windows 7 \Windows\System32\inetcpl.cpl You can check I have Windows 7 and Under updates I don't see anything about Internet Explorer. http://magsuite.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-9-error-message-internet-explorer-has-stopped-working.html I've tried the MS fixes without success. | The file, dated 08-08-13, does exist in | c:\windows\system32, but won't open from there, nor will it | run from the "Run" box.
Fixed Skype temporarily by creating a shortcut of the original Skype, and changing the target to "C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone\Skype.exe" /legacylogin - allowing me to log in and use skype 2. Thanks for the tip. Should I create them first, then turn them off? 09-17-2013, 01:30 AM #9 aeroloose Guest Posts: n/a Re: How to correct inetcpl.cpl error?
Several functions may not work. Researching the cause of this.On another note, patch installed fine on IE9/Windows7 ENT 64bit. · actions · 2014-May-2 12:51 pm · therubejoin:2004-11-11Randallstown, MD therube to OZO Member 2014-May-2 2:41 pm to Should I attempt your solution on W7IE11?Thank you... Please try the request again.
Thanks to Twincam23, installing KB2936068 took care of it for me. · actions · 2014-May-7 1:23 pm · Forums → Software and Operating Systems → Microsoft« [Outlook] Strange behavior in Internet Options (a.k.a., inetcpl.cpl) would also not open.I tried everything aside from turning my machine upside down and shaking it violently (that didn't work either, btw). If I try to open any web site it opens dialog box offering to download HTML files... Check This Out I'm > attempting to avoid the complicated .cab file extraction > method, or an uninstall / re-install of IE8.
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. So how would a policy editor allow me to reset policies that don't exist now? That doesn't sound related to your problem, but it does indicate that the exact error phrase you got about restrictions could be misleading. case closed for now ...
They let you change > settings that can render the OS unusable, unreliable, or create unwanted > behaviors. Personally I apply a simple set of guiding rules: * Never use IE online. I don't think it deals with > this particular setting, but it does provide access to a number > of semi-secret IE restriction settings. It's an HTA powered by > VBScript, so you can see in the code what's being changed, and > there's a fair amount of information included: > > http://www.jsware.net/jsware/iemd.php5 > >
This page is an example of guidance you can find online: http://www.boutell.com/newfaq/browse...etoptions.html Microsoft designs IE for corporate use, with a vast array of redundant settings in the Registry. (At this point, And then try it. I would block the update if they need to use ie9 or upgrade to 10 or 11 Reply to the great randini CisloITMay 30, 2014, 4:12 PM the great randini said: Once you get it worked out I guess there's then the question of how the setting got set in the first place. 09-16-2013, 02:30 PM #7 VanguardLH Guest
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