Thanks for the reply,
I just was coming to say what I think happened. Let me know if you think
this is a good explaination because it don't prompt anymore.
Ok what I did was go to internet properties then went to Local Intranet. As
per instructions at Microsoft which said to click on the sites button from
this zone then take the check mark out of Automatically detect intranet
network. I did that and clicked ok. The prompts went away. Then I decided I
wanted to put the check back in the Auto Detect because another like machine
had that setting but no prompts.
Well with the check restored the prompts are still gone.
Now for what I think happened. I connect to a commercial Wi-Fi system, by
default when you open IE you are redirected to the company home page that is
actually a part of the gateway (IE intranet page) since I had my Aircard
turned off when I installed IE7 it did not detect the gateway by tripping
the automatic detect it now finds the intranet page.
That is all I can figure out as to what happened, anyway no prompts anymore.
"Don Varnau" <don_04[at]varnau[dot]org> wrote in message
> I don't know why the warning is now turned on, but you can track down the
> registry key involved. Install RegShot
> Backup (export) the registry. Restart. Run RegShot and take a first shot.
> Keep RegShot open. Change the IE setting. Take a 2nd shot. Compare the
> Utilities with more features/capabilities:
> Regmon, Filemon, Proces Monitor from
> Note: FileMon and Regmon have been replaced by Process Monitor on versions
> of Windows starting with Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2, Windows Server
> 2003 SP1, and Windows Vista. Filemon and Regmon remain for legacy
> system support, including Windows 9x.
> Hope this helps,
> [MS MVP- IE]
> "Ohno" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> I have a Windows XPPro SP2 just updated to SP3 and have a question about
>> weather SP3 caused my concern or something else.
>> Here are the details:
>> I yesterday was running SP2 with IE7, IE7 came preinstalled on the
>> and may have had some manufacturer settings in place different than the
>> Anyway every since I had the machine I was never warned about "Intranet
>> settings are turned off by default" in the browser window.
>> What I am interested in finding out is if maybe the manufacturer had this
>> turned off from the factory or was this a new prompt added to the system
>> when I installed SP3?
>> The reason I have to ask this question is because I wanted to retain the
>> ability to remove IE7 and go back to IE6 if need be for some reason. So
>> to that I uninstalled IE7 installed SP3 then reinstalled IE7. Now since
>> is a new install it could be different than the settings from the
>> That however is not enough information for me to know if it is just a
>> setting or if SP3 tripped the prompt.
>> If anyone knows which step changed that setting that would be great.
>> Now for the last part of the issue. I did look in the registry under the
>> following key:
>> key_current_user\software\microsoft\windows\curren tversion\internet
>> Name WarnOnIntrante
>> Which I was informed would hold the settings for that prompt but it was
>> there. I did check one identical machine but still has SP2 and not
>> the prompt yet I can not figure where the settings are for this prompt.
>> I do know I can tell it not to warn me anymore but once I do I would like
>> know how to turn the prompt back on if I want in the future.