Turn off Internet Explorer Enhanced Security / by Matt Wrock

If you enjoy lots of dialog boxes that require you to take action before you can review any unique URL, then you will not want to use this:

$AdminKey = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\`    {A509B1A7-37EF-4b3f-8CFC-4F3A74704073}"$UserKey = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\`    {A509B1A8-37EF-4b3f-8CFC-4F3A74704073}"Set-ItemProperty -Path $AdminKey -Name "IsInstalled" -Value 0Set-ItemProperty -Path $UserKey -Name "IsInstalled" -Value 0Stop-Process -Name Explorer -ForceWrite-Host "IE Enhanced Security Configuration (ESC) has been disabled." -ForegroundColor Green

If on the other hand, IE enhanced security makes you want to stick your fist in an activated blender, do your self a favor and step away from the blender and then invoke the above script.

If you walk the fence between these two, invoke it anyways and you’ll be glad you did.

You are welcome.