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forever0donotknowme

hi my friends

really it is the issue of age.

how i can make script that mark one of chioces like

disable or enable

from next path

ie-tools-internet options-security-custem level- e.g use pup-blocker

how i can make it disable

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GMK

Do it through the registry, using RegWrite. Click here.

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forever0donotknowme

thanks my sir

that solution from registry is related to pup bolcker

but if i want change another option how i can make that

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GMK

Depends on the option; just Google whatever option and how to change it in the registry.

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forever0donotknowme

please help me if there is any script to choise disable or enable from next path

tool-internet option-secutity-custom level-any option: how to enable it or disable it by silent way

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forever0donotknowme

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BrewManNH

The registry key you'd need to look at is probably this one -> "HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionInternet SettingsZones3" which sets the settings for the sites that are in the "Internet Zone" on IE. Now all you need to do is find out which setting does what.


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forever0donotknowme

yah that is good but how i disable or enable some extention from add-ons from registry

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forever0donotknowme

ok, for example i had next add-ons

adobe PDF link helper = disable

how you can enable pdf link helper form registry

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BrewManNH

How much of this script are you planning on writing yourself?

As I stated above in my post,"Now all you need to do is find out which setting does what." See where it says you have to do some of the work for yourself? I gave you the registry key to look at, now you need to find out what the entries in it do. I'm not going to do it for you if you can't even do the minimum of looking it up on Google/Bing/Yahoo/<insert search engine of choice>. I personally don't know what each value is for, and I'm not interested enough to go looking.


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forever0donotknowme

How much of this script are you planning on writing yourself?

As I stated above in my post,"Now all you need to do is find out which setting does what." See where it says you have to do some of the work for yourself? I gave you the registry key to look at, now you need to find out what the entries in it do. I'm not going to do it for you if you can't even do the minimum of looking it up on Google/Bing/Yahoo/<insert search engine of choice>. I personally don't know what each value is for, and I'm not interested enough to go looking.

my sir thanks for every thing

last your registry path is good for disable or enable custom level options such as pop up -java

but here i want to know what is main registry path for enable or disable some option in add-0ns(tools-manage add ons)

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my sir thanks for every thing

last your registry path is good for disable or enable custom level options such as pop up -java

but here i want to know what is main registry path for enable or disable some option in add-0ns(tools-manage add ons)

??????

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JLogan3o13

forever0donotknowme, I notice that ALL of your posts contain a similar lack of explanation and refusal to provide EXACTLY what you would like to accomplish. Whether this is a language barrier issue or something else, you need to start being more clear. If it helps you to explain what you want, write it out in your native language and we will translate it.

For this topic, you keep saying "main registry path for enable and disable some option in add-ons". "Some option" doesn't help us help you - WHAT OPTION specifically are you looking to enable or disable?


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forever0donotknowme

forever0donotknowme, I notice that ALL of your posts contain a similar lack of explanation and refusal to provide EXACTLY what you would like to accomplish. Whether this is a language barrier issue or something else, you need to start being more clear. If it helps you to explain what you want, write it out in your native language and we will translate it.

For this topic, you keep saying "main registry path for enable and disable some option in add-ons". "Some option" doesn't help us help you - WHAT OPTION specifically are you looking to enable or disable?

my english language is very good and i do not need translating to understand me --- really you are my friend

ok Jlogan3o13

i want making script that enable or disable idm from manage add-ons

IDM integration (IDMIEHlprObj Class)

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GMK

Is this what you're looking for?

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