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Internet Protected Mode:Off

Q: Internet Protected Mode:Off

I have tried EVERYTHING and it will not turn on like wtf and im getting pop ups like crazy! PLEASE HELP!

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A: Internet Protected Mode:Off

Hello Vistaftw, and welcome to Vista Forums.

Protected Mode is turned on by default, so reset Internet Explorer back to default settings to see if this may help.



Hope this helps,
Shawn

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please help i keep getting a message at bottom right hand corner saying protected mode is off it keeps coming on and off and i keep getting a blank white page how do i fix it thank you
 

A:internet protected mode off

Read the following: Internet Protected Mode
 

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i need some help please the internet protected mode that shows on the bottom right side of a web page show's that it is off but the check marks are in place in the box's that you turn it on with and i have checked all the settings that i know to check to have it set to ON but it shows off. i have vista 64 bit on a HP desk top e9120y with IE8.

A:internet protected mode

Hello Jerry,

In Internet Options under the Security tab, click on each zone icon at the top to double check that the Protected Mode option is checked in each zone. Be sure to close and reopen all instances of IE8 to apply the changes afterwards. You may not have it checked in one of them, or did not open and close IE8 afterwards before.



Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Using Vista home premium and had to place 4 links into the trusted sites in security to get vista to accept activeX so i can get to play at game site i like and it worked.

But clicked the protected mode back on, and getting a warning its still off, is there a problem with having links in trusted sites and having the protected mode running? Or did i miss something??

What does the internet Protected mode do and shouldn t it be on if possible? - thanks . . .
 

A:Internet Protected Mode

From the Microsoft website: "In Protected Mode, Internet Explorer 7 in Windows Vista cannot modify user or system files and settings without user consent. Protected Mode requires the user to confirm any activity that tries to put something on your machine or start another program."

The first thought that comes to mind is the browser reset function that restores IE7 back to facorty defauts. This tends to clear up alot of thoses things like this that cause strange problems. You can find the Reset in the Internet Options under the Advanced tab.
 

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I am using Win 7, 64 bit with IE 8
I went into Internet Options, Security Tab and turned Protected Mode off for each of the Internet zones (I don't remember why) but then later turned Prot Mode on again for each of the zones.

But the status bar at the bottom of IE 8 window says Protected Mode is Off.

How do I get the Status to indicate properly?

A:Internet Explorer 8 Protected Mode On or Off

1.) Launch Internet Explorer.

2.) Go to 'Advanced tab' in 'Internet Options' Pop up window.

3.) Down below 'Settings' clcik on "Restore advanced settings"

4.) Now under "Recent Internet Explorer settings" click "Reset..."

5.) Restart IE.


Thank you :)

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Just recently installed Windows 7 64-bit. the internet protected mode will not turn on. same thing happened on the 32-bit os. was on when I first installed but turned off and wont turn back on. Thank You for your help.

A:Internet Explorer Protected Mode

Do you have UAC turned on? And not using the built in Administrator user?

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I'm a novice and have just this netbook up and running. On the bottom of the screen is says the Internet Protected Mode Off. Tried the Windows help bit and followed the instructions, knowing that I hadn't changed anything despite what they said, but it didn't change anything. What does it mean, Protected Mode Off and how do I change it to on?? I have AVG virus protector installed. Help, please.

A:Windows 7 Internet Protected Mode Off

Hi Catandducklover and welcome to the Forum.

Check out the link below, I think it should clear your problem.

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/63141-internet-explorer-protected-mode-turn-off.html

Cheers
JohnnyA

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Hi. I am using windows Vista. At the bottom of the screen when I am in explorer an using the internet - it says Protected Mode: Off. It used to day 'On'. I am worried why it has changed. How can I switch it back on again - also what does it mean? what is it protecting me from. I have installed some plug-ins - maybe this is why?

Thank you
 

A:Internet Protected mode has changed by itself!

Go to Tools / Internet Options , Security Tab.

Click on each icon, then for each icon's page, checkmark Enable Protected Mode ....
It doesn't do any harm to enable protected mode for all types of sites.

IE classifies web sites you go to, and detects whether they are local on your hard drive, on your intranet etc. and turns Protected Mode on or off accordingly. After setting the checkmark as per above, it will always be on.
 

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Since August 28th Automatic Download from Microsoft, I've been unable to print documents in Internet Explorer which concern mostly finance. This includes Intuit payroll check stubs, my bank statement, and sometimes a recipe. The webmaster at the USPS consulted about the inability to no longer do Click N Ship labels suggested Internet Explorer 8 as the villain and suggested I change browser. Should I go back to Internet Explorer 7 and if so how. Using a different browser like Mozilla's would be difficult because of my vision. I have to stick with what I know. Or should I delete the update if that is where 8 replaced 7?
If you can help please e-mail me at [email protected]
PS If I disable protected mode even for a few minutes, my computer just goes crazy with security warnings... and this doesn't work in all cases such as Click N Ship.

A:Protected mode in Windows 7 -- Internet Explorer 8

Have you tried to add the sites you need to print from into the trusted sites?

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Hi,
Since a few days back a strange problem started ocurring for some users in our domain. Some have IE9 others like me have IE11. Problem is that IE can't browse Internet pages (it just keep loading with the white screen) when Protected mode is ON. Previously
there was no problem with this. Other browsers don't have this issue. OS in the company is Win7.
Thank you.
Leo.

A:Can't browse Internet zone when protected mode is ON

Hi Leo,
Could you please include a link(s) (copied from the IE Address bar) to any website you are having problems with, in your questions. This will enable us to visit the sites to make some tests and guesses.
Protected Mode, on Win7 forces the IE tab process to use a x64 process, so x86 activex controls will not run and are blocked.
For IE11/Win7 there is also ActiveX filtering which will stop x86 or x64 ActiveX controls from running.
IE11 also has depreciated the ActiveXControl object which some sites may use for feature detection. From memory, I don't think IE9 had ActiveX filtering, but there are Addons for all versions of IE (Flash block for example) that have a similar functionality.
Use Tools>Manage Addons>Show all Addons to locate and find the properties of your installed ActiveX controls and whether or not they have been disabled.
So I await your re-post with some sample web addresses where the problem is occurring.
Also, the first step in troubleshooting web browser issues is to test in noAddons modeRob^_^

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I'm  trying to understand how these two options work together. 
If 'Run As Administrator' is unchecked
on IE shortcut, does Protected Mode in IE Option work or not? 
If 'Run As Administrator' is checked
on IE shortcut, does Protected Mode in IE Option work or not? 
In my assumption, the Enable Protected mode in in IE internet zone only works when IE process is launched with a standard  user access token the user uses . If IE process is launched from a administrative user token (run as administrator), will this
IE Option still work if it's checked and restrict access to securable objects like system files and registries?

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I was checking the Internet Explorer default security settings for the different zones. I haven't changed anything and mine are showing Protected Mode is Enabled for the Internet and Restricted zones.
But Protected Mode is set to Off for Local Intranet and Trusted sites. Are these settings the correct defaults?
I have read on some sites that Protected Mode is set to be Enabled by default for all the zones except the Trusted zone or was this with older versions of Internet Explorer?
Im not even sure what a Local Intranet is!! Im just accessing the Internet using a single PC from home and my computer is using the Private Network setting

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I was checking the Internet Explorer default security settings for the different zones. I haven't changed anything and mine are showing Protected Mode is Enabled for the Internet and Restricted zones.
But Protected Mode is set to Off for Local Intranet and Trusted sites. Are these settings the correct defaults?
I have read on some sites that Protected Mode is set to be Enabled by default for all the zones except the Trusted zone or was this with older versions of Internet Explorer?
Im not even sure what a Local Intranet is!! Im just accessing the Internet using a single PC from home and my computer is using the Private Network setting

A:Internet Explorer Security zones and Protected Mode

Hi
I do not pretend to be a expert at this. I did just look at my Windows 8.1 Internet explorer settings and they are exactly as You describe Yours are set. I do tend to use FireFox a lot for the Spell Checker and Internet Explorer 11 for some things.
 
I hope this helps somewhat
Roger

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Ok, this question has been asked around many corners of the Internet and these forums and I haven't found a "real" answer so I'm asking it again and hopefully seeking a final resolution to the problem.
Symptoms

When "Protected Mode" is turned On, users are unable to view some folders in the file upload dialog that they can normally view (e.g. under Documents, Pictures, etc.).When viewing the same folders in Explorer running as the same user as the Internet Explorer instance, the missing folders are viewable.Launching Internet Explorer "as an administrator" allows the user to view the missing folders (but this is not recommended due to security concerns).
Workarounds
So far, the workaround that I found was to either run some crazy tool from BleepingComputer called Unhide that resets everything on your system -- this is the sledge hammer-to-thumbtack approach.  Another one was to go into Organize > Folder and
search options > View and uncheck the hide options and select the show radio option.  The last one was to search for the folder in the file upload dialog, right-click the folder, and uncheck Hidden.
None of these, IMHO, are valid solutions to the real problem which is that something is special about this folder that is causing IE in Protected Mode to treat the file as Hidden.
Thoughts
The last "workaround" seems to indicate that the "hidden" file attribute is set for the file, but this doesn't app... Read more

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Hi, I have turned off my internet protected mode on my IE8 browser and I wish to turn it back on. However, I am unable to do so even though I have reset the browser settings to default under tools > internet option > advance > reset > reset all personal settings. I have closed and restart my browser.

I have done in both on the 1) browser and 2) control panel > internet option but to no prevail. Can anyone please advise me? Thanks!

A:Turned off Internet Protected Mode and unable to turn it back on

Do you have UAC turned off also? That will keep it from being turned on.

See if this helps also,

Internet Protected Mode Off - Windows 7 - Cannot turn Protected Mode On

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Hello,
I'm finding that our users are experiencing issues accessing full functionality from multiple web sites and when I disable Protected Mode, their issue is resolved.  I have some specific cases that I would like to share:
1. A website which is secured.  The Windows security dialog appears and prompts the user to enter credentials (Not an HTML form...this is a windows dialog).  If protected Mode is enabled on the Internet zone, then this prompt never appears and
therefore the users cannot sign-in and gain access to the site.
2. OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online are accessed using ADFS for authentication.  The sites were attempting to load but simply timing out until I disabled Protected Mode on the Internet site.  Then the both sites (accessed via
https://portal.office.com) would completely load and be usable.
3. There are others but now that I think of it, they appear to be redundant.  It seems with Protected Mode enabled, authentication does not function properly on multiple sites.  We have tried circumventing this by adding some of these sites to
the Proxy Exceptions List and also configuring policy to treat all Proxy exceptions as Intranet Zone.  Protected Mode is disabled on the Intranet zone.  However, it seems counterintuitive to have Internet sites added to the Intranet Zone or to Bypass
the proxy server to access them.  So I would love to know where I'm going wrong with our configuration of In... Read more

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If I want to reduce the level of access that a malicious website might have on computer, then I can turn on Phishing filter and that takes care of this problem.
I just came to know that , I can enable IE Protected mode and that will reduce the level of access a malicious website might have on computer.

Are both these solutions used for the same purpose ? Which one is better option ?

Thanks

A:Whats difference between Phishing filter and Internet Explorer Protected Mode ?

In Protected Mode, Internet Explorer cannot modify user or system files and settings without user consent. Protected Mode requires the user to confirm any activity that tries to put something on your machine or start another program. By ensuring the user consents to these kinds of actions, the likelihood of automated or unwanted software installation is reduced. This feature also makes you aware of what a website is trying to do, giving you a chance to stop it and take time to double check the trustworthiness of the website.

Phishing is the technique of convincing a user to send personal information to a bogus (or potentially malicious) website that is designed to appear legitimate. The Phishing Filter in Internet Explorer combines a local system scanning for suspicious website characteristics with an online service.

Hope this makes sense.

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I just did a reload and went to use IE7 and saw that the protected mode was Off.

I double clicked on it, lower right side of screen, and a Security box came up indicating that it was in the Protected Mode, with the upper Internet Icon being assigned to the setting.

I unchecked the box and clicked Apply and a couple warning boxes came up and I clicked OK on them. I then got off of IE7.

Later I came back to IE7 and went to the Security box again and clicked to Enable the Protected Mode. I then got off of IE7 and then later came back, I did not do a restart, and it still did not take. I am still in the Protected Mode: Off status.

Does anyone have any advice as to how I can get this change to stick?

Any inputs will be appreciated. Thanks

A:IE 7 Protected Mode not able to change to Protected Mode

There are a few things which will stop Protected mode being applied.An explanation and a flow chart are here

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The message is a waste of my screen real estate. Yes, Protected mode is turned off. Sure it is, I turned it off myself, and it will stay off. Now how do I disable this annoying nag message?
Also the messages about File Downloads. Never once in my life I clicked a download link by mistake. Yes, I'm clicking that dang URL, because I wan't to download that dang file, now get out my way, annoying warning message. How do I disable this one
too? Thank you in advance

A:How do I disable the "Protected mode is currently turned off for the Internet zone" message?

Hi,
Based on my research, this is by design. You cannot disable the warning when you open a new IE windows.
If you find have any inconveniences or suggestions, please submit your feedback to our Product Feedback Team :
http://mymfe.microsoft.com/Windows%20%207/Feedback.aspx?formID=195
Thanks for understanding.Please remember to click ?Mark as Answer? on the post that helps you, and to click ?Unmark as Answer? if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. ?

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Hello All,
We are unable to open any Microsoft KB article with "protected mode on" for Internet zone.
Same works by disabling it or using third party browser, pls help.
Win 8.1 with IE 11. Issue with all the users.

Thanks in Advance

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Hello!

The subject says it all. We have all the
PCs in a domain. Via GPO
is "Enhanced Protected Mode"
aktivated.
Under Win 8.1.
everything works perfectly.

Update on Win10: domain user
(with roaming profiles
- but should not matter ...) are not able to open any page in IE zone "internet. If I type the URL manually and press ENTER, nothing happens. When I click on a link tp any external page on our
intranet page, two new tabs open with
the URL "res:
//ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm#,about: blank"

Intranet and Trusted Sites
(also via GPO defined) works fine (because protected mode is disabled for them by default).

By trial and error I found out that it
is the "EPM" that causes the problem.
If I switch it off, IE works again.

But why does it work
under Win8.1 and no longer
under Win10?
(BTW, when I try to start IE like this "iexplore -extoff", it opens with an empty window, stays for about ten seconds and then closes again. No error message, nothing ...)

Can anyone confirm this behavior?

Michael

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I click "dont allow" after checking the box i front of "dont ask anymore".
But it opens the same pop-up next time i open a new window or the next time i open IE.
What do I do?

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Hi,
I am running IE 8 on Win 7 and have a problem accessing a site I am having developed. Problem is resolved by disenabling the protection above but I want to know if this is just my problem or if anyone else on Vista or Win7 encounters the same problem. I cannot expect customers to disenable. When I select an item for the shopping basket and press confirm the basket empties to zero. Please someone on one of the versions above have a go for me just as far as "confirm basket - no further!". Big ask I know. Thanks
Graham site is "marthascloset.co.uk" Thanks.

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I for one love a challenge.. ( to a point)
Have a newer computer here running Windows 7 with office 2010.  The user double clicks on an excel spreadsheet and up comes Excel as it should, and up comes the document.  All of the options are grayed out so it is either opening in read only mode or some sort of protected mode, I suspect the latter.
Here is the gotcha; if you move the document on the screen, or minimize it and maximize it, all is normal after that.  Currently scanning for VIRI but I don’t think I will find anything.
 
Ideas?
 

A:Document opens in read only mode protected mode until...

Sounds as though the document is not active until selected. But, this is only a guess on my part.
 
John

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Hi,

This has been bothering me for a while. Can anyone shed light on the apparent anomaly in the image below? Obviously I have rebooted several times, but in each case IE8 still shows the Protected Mode:Off status.

Regards,
Golden

A:IE8 x64 Protected Mode:Off ?

if you cant just uncheck it and restart your browser you have a problem, try re-installing, dont forget you can save your favorites and cookies etc, and re-import them

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i recently decided to try vista with uac turned on, but with elavated privalages.

But im stumped as to why the phishing filter will not work when protected mode is enabled in IE. Unless i turn off protected mode, it simply refuses to stay enabled.

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I am having trouble getting into a lot of websites for example I was looking at 'Australian Bush Food' site and wanted to click on the links to the recipes in the website, but nothing would happen, (this has happened on many other sites as well, I would click with the hand symbol, the status bar would process it and the website wouldn't come up not even a box saying error or anything), I think Protected mode or something stops it. I appreciate it, but it is getting in my way and is very annoying. Could someone help me please? Thankyou.
Kind Regards
Ken McKean

A:protected Mode

Hello Ken,

You can experiment with these settings yourself, but I have also included some standard settings. Open Internet Explorer, and in the top right hand corner, slowly look downwards until you come to a Tools dropdown. Click on this Tools followed by Internet Options. In this new window, click the Security tab. You can click on the Internet, Local Intranet, Trusted Sites and Restricted Sites icons.

Standard Settings:

Internet: Medium-High, Protected Mode enabled.
Local Intranet: Medium-Low, Protected Mode disabled.
Trusted Sites: Medium, Protected Mode disabled.
Restricted Sites: High, Protected Mode enabled.

As I said earlier, these are guidelines, and you should experiment, particularly with the Protected Mode setting.

Richard

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For some reason, IE x86 and IE x64 keep saying that Protected Mode is off, but when I go into the security settings, it says Protected Mode is enabled. What is going on? Here's a screenshot (note: it's hard to see the checkmark next to "Enable Protected Mode, but trust me, it's there):

A:IE8 Protected Mode Help

Do you have UAC turned off?

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I have ensured my user a/c control is set to maximum i.e. Always notify.

But noticed in bottom right-hand corner of IE8 that protected mode is off?

With IE tools > internet options > security the relevant check boxes are ticked to enable this feature.

I'm using AVG (free version) and that is fine but why oh why does IE8 say protected mode is off?

There is only a single user a/c on this machine so I am the administrator. I am launching IE8 is the usual normal way by clicking on the icon in my quick launch section of the taskbar.

Thanks

A:IE8 Protected Mode Off with UAC On

I use Firefox, so I don't use Internet Explorer, but does anything pop-up if you right click that area?

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I have 'protected mode off' posted on the bottom of my monitor screen and cannot change it to 'protected mode on' I have attempted to change it several times, following instructions carefully==double click on the message( like instructed)== goes to 'security',== clicked all sites with 'enable' ==, restart ,== and then there it is again

I don't know how un-safe it is to be in ';protected mode off' but there must be a reason for it

need help lotsa help!

A:PROTECTED MODE OFF

Hi Jack,

See the following Tutorial, in particular the warning about UAC: Internet Explorer Protected Mode - Turn On or Off

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I'm using MSE.
I have enabled protected mode. IE 8 says its off, why?
ty

A:IE 8 Protected Mode

Are you running with UAC off and or as the hidden administrator account?

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Under Security tab, "Enable Protected Mode" is ticked, but there is no message at the bottom of the screen indicating if it is on or off. Also the option to increase or derease font size is gone. The whole bar at the bottom has disappeared, I've recently had to switch anti virus software and maybe something happened during the process. UAC is on.

Fred

A:Protected Mode Off?

Hello Fred,

Sounds like you may have accidentally unchecked the Status bar in Internet Explorer. Right click on a empty space on the top toolbar by the tabs, and click on Status Bar to check it.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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how do I get "protected mode on" back. I can't change from off to on. have followed instruction, beginning with double click

A:protected mode

hello.
what protection do you mean??

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Hi I have IE.On the bottom of the window it says protected mode off.I went to tools options. All enable protected mode in all zones are checked eccept trusted sites.So I don't know if I'm protected or not.I tried to reset all zones to default, I've never changed anything to begin with, still the same.Some pages are really slow to open.I've noticed some popups not real bad.Seems you can't get away from them. I didn't pay much attention to them.Then I noticed protected mode off.The only other weird thing, I don't know if it is related, is I ran super antispyware the other day and it ran and ran and ran for over 10 hrs and 600,000 plus files.I finally stopped it.Only came up with 4or5 tracking cookies.I also have avg. antivirus and norton's 360 nothing from them.So I'll post my hjt log.Could somebody please look at it and see if they can see anything.Thank You.

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 2:08:33 AM, on 9/1/2007
Platform: Windows Vista (WinNT 6.00.1904)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16512)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Windows\system32\Dwm.exe
C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE
C:\Windows\system32\taskeng.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe
C:\Program Files\SiteAdvisor\6066\SiteAdv.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\Program Files\Grisoft\AVG7\avgcc.exe
C:\Program Files\Yahoo!\Messenger\YahooMessenger.exe
C:\Program Files\ATI Technologies\ATI.ACE\Core-St... Read more

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Using windows vista, Internet Explorer, firefox user but using Explorer for now as got new ISP at the moment. Question of the day, At the bottom of the page It says Protected Mode off. Now went into security, checked site and the Protected Mode box was checked. All of them are checked. So out of boredom, unchecked them, went off line, came back on after logging into firefox, it still says protected mode off. What am I doing wrong? I have a custom setting for higher blockage. Tried several times to uncheck and check the box to no advail. Thats why I think I.E. sucks. Too much garbage to mess with.
 

A:Protected Mode, off?

Hi,
I too have that and have not solved it so I use a prog called Sandboxie. This from their website. Hope it's of interest but I'll follow this thread to see if there's another answer.

Richard.

Benefits of the Isolated Sandbox
Secure Web Browsing: Running your Web browser under the protection of Sandboxie means that all malicious software downloaded by the browser is trapped in the sandbox and can be discarded trivially.
Enhanced Privacy: Browsing history, cookies, and cached temporary files collected while Web browsing stay in the sandbox and don't leak into Windows.
Secure E-mail: Viruses and other malicious software that might be hiding in your email can't break out of the sandbox and can't infect your real system.
http://www.sandboxie.com/
 

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Hi,
i have an ActiveX application that works fine on browsers with protected mode off, but when protected mode is turned on, the application comes up but all the keyboard inputs are not shown and some of the dialogs are blocked from showing up. Can someone suggest any solution, not sure what is going on here

A:Problem with Protected mode on

Thanks for your reply, but i have all ActiveX controls set to Prompt / Enable
Also, in Protected mode turned off, application works properly.

Problem is only when protected mode is turned on

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During IE ProtectedMode-ON , I am not able to Read/Write into the below registry key "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MyCompanyName\MyProductName\IERelatedEntries" , But the IERelatedEntries are getting updated(Read/Write) in below Registry Key "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\InternetRegistry\REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-3251479106-2158938798-289749890-1654\Software\MyCompanyName\MyProductName\IERelatedEntries"
*The one which is in bold is SID of current user.

But , When the ProtectedMode is made OFF, i am able to read/write to that registry key under HKCU.

Why I am not able to read/write into that particular Registry Key during IE ProtectedMode-On. Is there any way to update that particular Registry key when IE is running in ProtectedMode-On.

If there is noway to update that particular registry , Is there any alternative of storing my "IERelatedEntries" key in HKCU when the IE is running in ProtectedMode-On.

Thanks and Regards,
Chetan.

A:IE Protected Mode-ON Issue

Please do not start multiple topics on the same problem you have a reply here:

IE-8 ProtectedMode-On issue updating HKCU

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I just received my new Dell Inspiron 530 (2.20 GHz, 800 FSB 2GB Ram) running Vista home Premium Edition with Internet Explorer 7.0.6000.16575. My problem is that when IE's "Protected Mode" is on as recommended for security, IE7 runs excessively slowly, taking up a minute or more to build a page element by element. The slowness is instantly solved by turning off protected mode and suffering the warnings. It runs so slowly that it is unusable in protected mode. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?

A:IE7: Protected Mode Very Slow

Has anyone on the forum got protected mode to work with IE7 and Vista?

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Hello,
I have Win7 and Win10 machines in different OU's in my AD and would like to know if it's possible to create a GPO that will disable EPM in IE11 for just the Win10 machines, as it's doesn't cause a problem on any of the Win7 machines. 

If so any link for the steps would be appreciated.

PPlan IT

ALG

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I'm using W 7 and in IE8 at the bottom of the screen it says protected mode off.
I double click it and am taken the to the control box and protected mode is checked.
So how do I get past this little problem?
Thanks.
Hugger

A:Can't turn on Protected mode in IE8

Hello Hugger, Welcome to the Windows 7 Forum

I am not sure, but you could try this:
Open Internet Explorer, Tools, Internet Options,Advanced,Reset
Probably you want to wait before doing this, maybe someone else here has a better solution.

Best regards,

zx81

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I have an instance where I have one web application that requires the site to be in Trusted Sites and to have Protected Mode enabled - the application that opens the web browser checks to see that IE is opening the site in Protected Mode. I have other web
applications where the web app must be in Trusted Sites, but with Protected Mode disabled.  Obviously I cant have it both ways.

Is there a way, using anything like Enterprise Mode Site List Manager to set a particular web page to open in protected mode despite how the zone is configured?

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Hi
please somebody help. I have a new website developed and there is a problem at the shopping basket. As soon as I confirm the item in the basket it takes it to zero items. The problem is "overcome" by disenabling "Enable Protected Mode" in the security settings of the IE Browser 8. Is this just my machine or are all recent browsers with the above options affected? I need to know so a big favour - please someone with IE8 go to the website "Marthascloset.co.uk" and place any item in the basket and try to confirm it. Does it go back to zero price? (don't go any further). Many thanks to anyone who will help - I know it sounds crazy but this is a genuine request - everyone I know seems to be on Win XP and that works fine.
Thanks - Graham
 

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 IE 11 is not opening in protected mode.
its opening and closing suddenly,  if disable protected mode for internet zone it will work.
what could be the reason?

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How do I configure windows vista to deal with adobe's protected mode!
 

A:Adobe Reader Protected mode

Check out http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/860/cpsid_86063.html

What problems are you having?
 

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Occassionally, when trying to install an application from a CDROM, I get the following message: "The Win16 Subsystem was unable to enter Protected Mode, DOSX.EXE must be in your AUTOEXEC.NT and present in your PATH." I'm running Windows XP Professional. Does anyone know how to fix this?
 

A:Unable to enter Protected Mode

Have a look at these two M$KB articles, the first, although for Win2K and NT is still relevant

M$KB 222975

M$KB 314106
 

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