"JoKing" <JoKing@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Well that don't make much sense. Protected is protected, whether it's a
> Trusted Site or not? Do I have to remove all the Trusted Sites to get IE
> protect? Still don't know if this overkill or underkill at this point.
Either you trust the site, which means you're dropping your protections, or
you want your protection on, which means that you don't trust the site.
You don't have to remove all trusted sites, you just have to remove from the
Trusted Sites any sites that you want to be kept in Protected Mode.
How does that not make sense?
If you trust someone, that means you are willing to forego the protections
you would normally have in place. If you want to be protected against
someone, that means you don't trust them.
[Oh, and you have to have UAC enabled in order for Protected Mode IE to be
on at all. There may be other restrictions of which I'm not aware.]
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